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What is Bold ETL?


Bold ETL

Bold ETL is an application designed to facilitate the extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL) of data from a variety of sources into different databases. It is particularly useful for businesses that need to consolidate their data into a central repository for analysis and reporting purposes.

Key Features of Bold ETL

  • Data Extraction: Bold ETL can connect to multiple data sources, allowing you to extract data efficiently.
  • Data Transformation: The application provides the capability to transform the data as needed before loading it into the destination database.
  • Data Loading: It supports loading data into various databases, such as Bold Reports Data Store, PostgreSQL, MSSQL, MySQL, and Apache Doris.
  • Scheduling: Bold ETL offers the functionality to schedule ETL jobs at regular intervals, ensuring that your data is up-to-date and available for analysis when needed.

Supported Databases

  • PostgreSQL: An open-source object-relational database system known for its robustness and performance.
  • MSSQL (Microsoft SQL Server): A relational database management system developed by Microsoft.
  • MySQL: Another popular open-source relational database management system.
  • Apache Doris: A modern, easy-to-use MPP analytical database optimized for real-time analytics.

Scheduling ETL Jobs

With Bold ETL, you can set up schedules to automate the ETL process, which means that data can be pulled from the sources and loaded into the destination databases without manual intervention, based on the frequency you set (e.g., hourly, daily, weekly).


Bold ETL is a powerful tool for businesses that need to manage data from multiple sources and ensure that their databases are always current for analysis and decision-making. Its support for various databases and scheduling capabilities make it a versatile solution for ETL processes.

Additional References

For more information on Bold ETL and its capabilities, you can visit the following resources:

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