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Teiid Embedded Examples

With the revolution of underlying infrastructure transformation, Cloud based platform is popular, and Micro based service is the latest trends.

Teiid Embedded is a light-weight version of Teiid, The Embedded contains almost all Teiid features without heavy EE Container involve, it supply a feasible and convenient way to build Micro service to Cloud.

Start from 8.11.0.Alpha1, Teiid contains a series embedded examples:
  • embedded-portfolio - how to federate data from a relational data source, a text file-based data source           
  • cassandra-as-a-datasourse - using the Cassandra Translator to access table in Cassandra
  • excel-as-a-datasource - using Excel Translator query Excel file with JDBC
  • generic-soap - using the WS Translator to call a generic soap service.
  • hbase-as-a-datasource - using the HBase Translator with Phoenix Data Source to access data in HBase
  • ldap-as-a-datasource - using the ldap Translator to access data in OpenLDAP Server
  • mongodb-as-a-datasource - using the MongoDB Translator to access data in mongodb
  • webservices-as-a-datasource - using the WS Translator to call a REST web services and transform the web service results into relational results
Please feel free to take a look at about examples, any feedback we will appreciated.

Kylin

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