DataSelf ETL+ Server Components

  • A Windows Server environment hosting:

    • A MS SQL Server instance hosting the ETL+ metadata and running supporting server-side services.

    • A MS SQL Server database hosting the ETL+ metadata and Stored Procedures.

    • SQL Server Agents to run ETL+ Stored Procedures.

    • A DataSelf ETL+ Agent running scheduled and on-demand tasks.

  • In Beta version (optional for web-based access): A Linux Server environment hosting DataSelf ETL+ Web server. This server must have read and write rights to the ETL+ metadata database.

DataSelf ETL+ AWS Cloud Services

By default, ETL+ installations securely connect to the following DataSelf AWS Cloud Services:

  • DataSelf ETL+ Server operating 24x7 in AWS Oregon or Ohio regions.

  • VMs running Windows Server v2019.

  • MS SQL Server v2019.

  • IP-to-IP and SSL protected.

  • 99.5% uptime.

  • Backup every 12 hours.

Optional: you might host your own DataSelf ETL+ Server environment. Contact us to discuss it.

ETL+ AWS Cloud Services Maintenance

  • Windows Servers and MS SQL Servers are updated on the first Saturday of every month at 8pm PST. The usual downtime is a few minutes.

  • DataSelf ETL+ Agent is upgraded as new releases become available.

  • The DataSelf team monitors the Windows Servers, MS SQL Servers, DataSelf ETL+ Server, and ETL+ logs and acts on addressing infrastructure issues if/when they happen.

  • As a rule of thumb, clients don’t need to worry about maintaining the DataSelf ETL+ framework.

  • DataSelf communicates with its client base in case of unscheduled maintenance usually with a one-week advance notice.