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Teiid 8.2 Alpha2 Released

8.2 Alpha2 has been posted to the downloads: http://www.jboss.org/teiid/downloadsTeiid 8.2, is beginning to be feature packed release with a long overdue feature of exception handling in virtual procedures. A developer can write code like RAISE SQLEXCEPTION .. and capture that event in the client with a SQLException. Read more about it at https://docs.jboss.org/author/display/TEIID/Procedure+LanguageNative Query support is expanded. What is native query, how is it related? Well a native query any arbitrary command (SQL or otherwise) that is specific to a given source. With this new feature, every Teiid translator provides a mechanism, where you can submit any native command directly to the physical source through translator, and translator will execute and return the results. Why you need it? Well, taking an example of Oracle, lets say you have written a very specialized optimized query and you would like to submit as is with out Teiid re-writing it, then this is way to do that. The u…

Teiid on OpenShift demo is available!

We now have a Teiid demo available for deployment to OpenShift.  Teiid allows you to access and integrate data from a variety of distributed data sources - in real-time, without moving your data from its system of record.  OpenShift is Red Hat's Cloud Computing Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering.

You can now deploy the Teiid engine to a free OpenShift cloud instance and try it for yourself!  To get your free demo started today, see our install instructions .

The demo provides easy-to-follow articles which will show you how to access and integrate data from three disparate sources:
MySQL database containing account dataTwitter feed webserviceSalesforce instance These are just a few of the many sources you can access with Teiid.  And with Teiid, you can easily join any of the sources to create your own federated data views!

We also show you how to access your Teiid-OpenShift VDB (virtual database) in a number of ways: 
Submit ad-hoc queries via the provided browser-based query a…