2020-05-28: ETL/ELT Stand Up Round 2!

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The conversation about The promise of OpenMRS ETL continues and it’s time for Round 2 of our ETL/ELT Stand Ups!

Right now, we have at least four presenters (@bashir, @mseaton, @mksd/@wyclif, @aojwang) and there is still time to sign up if you want to share your ideas, solutions, etc.

Who? Anyone who has experience with or interest in an ETL/ELT solution for OpenMRS. If you would like 5 minutes to share an idea, proposal/design, demo, etc, please respond to this thread with a title and one-two sentence description. @akimaina @bashir @aojwang @mksd @mseaton @mogoodrich @jdick @nkimaina @paulamendola @burke @ibacher @dkayiwa @janflowers @ccwhite23 @ssmusoke @morrisng @ggomez @ayesh :slight_smile:

When? Thursday, 28 May at 6:30pm IST | 4pm Nairobi | 3pm Cape Town | 1pm UTC | 9am Boston | 6am Seattle

Where? Join from computer or mobile:

Meeting ID: 808 207 890

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Anyone willing to know something specific about Debezium or Camel? In any case @wyclif and I will try to answer those questions.

Just to give a very quick update (see also this other thread from here), @wyclif is still spiking on figuring out whether we can find an architecture that uses Debezium (rather than custom DB triggers + a sync records table in the OpenMRS database) and that will help us support two-way sync.