Connect GitLab to Rockset

with open-source ELT

Extract and load (ELT) your GitLab data into Rockset in minutes with our open-source data integration connector.

Eliminate the time you spend on building and maintaining your data pipelines by integrating your data with Airbyte instead.
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Start analyzing your GitLab data in minutes

1

Select your source

Just authenticate your GitLab account and destination, and your new Rockset data integration will adapt to schema / API changes.

2

Select your destination

Connect to Rockset or one of 50+ Airbyte data sources through simple account authentication

3

Sync your Data

This includes selecting the data you want to extract - streams and columns -, the sync frequency, where in Rockset you want that data to be loaded.

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As your tools and edge cases grow, you deserve an extensible and open ELT solution that eliminates the time you spend on building and maintaining data pipelines

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Airbyte’s catalog of 300+ pre-built, no-code connectors is the largest in the industry and is doubling every year, thanks to its open-source community, while closed-source catalogs have plateaued.

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Airbyte ensure your team’s time is no longer time spent on maintenance with our reliability SLAs on our GA connectors.
Airbyte will also give you visibility and control of your data freshness at the stream level for all your connections.

It’s never been easier to integrate your GitLab data into Rockset

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FAQs

What is ETL?

ETL, an acronym for Extract, Transform, Load, is a vital data integration process. It involves extracting data from diverse sources, transforming it into a usable format, and loading it into a database, data warehouse or data lake. This process enables meaningful data analysis, enhancing business intelligence.

What is GitLab?

GitLab is web-based Git repository manager. Whereas GitHub emphasizes infrastructure performance, GitLab’s focus is a features-oriented system. As an open-source collaborative platform, it enables developers to create code, review work, and deploy codebases collaboratively. It offers wiki, code reviews, built-in CI/CD, issue-tracking features, and much more.

What is Rockset?

Rockset is a real-time indexing and querying database platform that enables developers to build data-driven applications quickly and easily. It allows users to ingest and analyze data from various sources, including databases, streams, and APIs, and provides a SQL interface for querying the data in real-time. Rockset's unique architecture enables it to scale automatically, making it ideal for applications that require high performance and low latency. It also offers a range of features, including automatic schema detection, full-text search, and geospatial indexing, making it a versatile tool for a wide range of use cases. Overall, Rockset simplifies the process of building real-time applications and enables developers to focus on delivering value to their users.

What data can you extract from GitLab?

GitLab's API provides access to a wide range of data related to a user's GitLab account and projects. The following are the categories of data that can be accessed through GitLab's API:  

1. User data: This includes information about the user's profile, such as name, email, and avatar.  

2. Project data: This includes information about the user's projects, such as project name, description, and visibility.  

3. Repository data: This includes information about the user's repositories, such as repository name, description, and access level.  

4. Issue data: This includes information about the user's issues, such as issue title, description, and status.  

5. Merge request data: This includes information about the user's merge requests, such as merge request title, description, and status.  

6. Pipeline data: This includes information about the user's pipelines, such as pipeline status, duration, and job details.  

7. Job data: This includes information about the user's jobs, such as job status, duration, and artifacts.  

8. Group data: This includes information about the user's groups, such as group name, description, and visibility.  

Overall, GitLab's API provides access to a comprehensive set of data that can be used to automate and streamline various aspects of a user's GitLab workflow.

How do I transfer data from GitLab to Rockset?

This can be done by building a data pipeline manually, usually a Python script (you can leverage a tool as Apache Airflow for this). This process can take more than a full week of development. Or it can be done in minutes on Airbyte in three easy steps: 
1. Set up GitLab as a source connector (using Auth, or usually an API key)
2. Set up Rockset as a destination connector
3. Define which data you want to transfer and how frequently
You can choose to self-host the pipeline using Airbyte Open Source or have it managed for you with Airbyte Cloud. 

What are top ETL tools to extract data from

The most prominent ETL tools to transfer data from GitLab to Rockset include:
- Airbyte
- Fivetran
- StitchData
- Matillion
- Talend Data Integration
These tools help in extracting data from GitLab and various sources (APIs, databases, and more), transforming it efficiently, and loading it into Rockset and other databases, data warehouses and data lakes, enhancing data management capabilities.

What is ELT?

ELT, standing for Extract, Load, Transform, is a modern take on the traditional ETL data integration process. In ELT, data is first extracted from various sources, loaded directly into a data warehouse, and then transformed. This approach enhances data processing speed, analytical flexibility and autonomy.

Difference between ETL and ELT?

ETL and ELT are critical data integration strategies with key differences. ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) transforms data before loading, ideal for structured data. In contrast, ELT (Extract, Load, Transform) loads data before transformation, perfect for processing large, diverse data sets in modern data warehouses. ELT is becoming the new standard as it offers a lot more flexibility and autonomy to data analysts.

GitLab to Rockset in minutes.

ETL your GitLab data into Rockset, in minutes, for free, with our open-source data integration connectors. In the format you need with post-load transformation.

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Select the GitLab data that you want to replicate.

The GitLab source connector can be used to sync the following tables:

Branches
Includes Protected branches API, id, search, and more.
Commits
Includes id, ref_name, since, until, path, with_stats, order, and more.
Issues
Issues
Projects
Includes id_after, id_before, last_activity_after, last_activity_before , membership, min_access_level, order_by, and more.
Project Milestones
Includes id, state, title, include_parent_milestones, and more.
Groups
Includes skip_groups, all_available, order_by, statistics, with_custom_attributes, min_access_level, and more.

About GitLab

GitLab is web-based Git repository manager. Whereas GitHub emphasizes infrastructure performance, GitLab’s focus is a features-oriented system. As an open-source collaborative platform, it enables developers to create code, review work, and deploy codebases collaboratively. It offers wiki, code reviews, built-in CI/CD, issue-tracking features, and much more.

Start analyzing your GitLab data in minutes with the right data transformation

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Full control over the data

You select the data you want to replicate, and this for each destination you want to replicate your

GitLab

data to.

Normalized schemas

You can opt for getting the raw data, or to explode all nested API objects in separate tables.

Custom transformation via dbt

You can add any dbt transformation model you want and even sequence them in the order you need, so you get the data in the exact format you need at your cloud data warehouse, lake or data base.

Airbyte is designed to address 100% of your Rockset needs

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Scheduled updates

Automate replications with recurring incremental updates to

Rockset

.

play
Replicate Salesforce data to Snowflake with incremental

Manual full refresh

Easily re-sync all your data when

Rockset

has been desynchronized from the data source.

Change Data Capture for databases

Ensure your database are up to date with log-based incremental replication.

play
Check how log replication works for PostgreSQL

About Rockset

Rockset is a real-time indexing and querying database platform that enables developers to build data-driven applications quickly and easily. It allows users to ingest and analyze data from various sources, including databases, streams, and APIs, and provides a SQL interface for querying the data in real-time. Rockset's unique architecture enables it to scale automatically, making it ideal for applications that require high performance and low latency. It also offers a range of features, including automatic schema detection, full-text search, and geospatial indexing, making it a versatile tool for a wide range of use cases. Overall, Rockset simplifies the process of building real-time applications and enables developers to focus on delivering value to their users.

Why Choose Airbyte for your GitLab and Rockset data integration

Airbyte is the new open-source ETL platform, and enables you to replicate your

GitLab

data in the destination of your choice, in minutes.

Maintenance-free

Heading

connector

Just authenticate your GitLab account and destination, and your new GitLab data integration will adapt to schema / API changes.

Extensible as open-sourced

With Airbyte, you can easily adapt the open-source GitLab ETL connector to your exact needs. All connectors are open-sourced.

No more security compliance issues​

Use Airbyte’s open-source edition to test your data pipeline without going through 3rd-party services. This will make your security team happy.

Normalized schemas​

Engineers can opt for raw data, analysts for normalized schemas. Airbyte offers several options that you can leverage with dbt.

Orchestration & scheduling​

Airbyte integrates with your existing stack. It can run with Airflow & Kubernetes and more are coming.

Monitoring & alerts on your terms​

Delays happen. We log everything and let you know when issues arise. Use our webhook to get notifications the way you want.

GitLab to Rockset in minutes

ETL your GitLab data into Rockset, in minutes, for free, with our open-source data integration connectors. In the format you need with post-load transformation.

We don't support the
GitLab
connector yet. Scroll down to upvote and prioritize it, or check our Connector Development Kit to build it within 2 hours.
We don't support the
Rockset
connector yet. Scroll down to upvote and prioritize it, or check our Connector Development Kit to build it within 2 hours.
We don't support the
GitLab
and
Rockset
connectors yet. Scroll down to upvote and prioritize them, or check our Connector Development Kit to build it within 2 hours.

Airbyte is designed to address 100% of your GitLab database needs.

Full control over the data

The 

GitLab

 source does not alter the schema present in your database. Depending on the destination connected to this source, however, the schema may be altered.

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Scheduled updates

Automate replications with recurring incremental updates.

Log-based incremental replication

Ensure your database are up to date with log-based incremental replication.

play
Check how log replication works for PostgreSQL

About GitLab

GitLab is web-based Git repository manager. Whereas GitHub emphasizes infrastructure performance, GitLab’s focus is a features-oriented system. As an open-source collaborative platform, it enables developers to create code, review work, and deploy codebases collaboratively. It offers wiki, code reviews, built-in CI/CD, issue-tracking features, and much more.

Start analyzing your GitLab data in minutes with the right data transformation

airbyte data transformation screenshot

Full control over the data

You select the data you want to replicate, and this for each destination you want to replicate your GitLab data to.

Normalized schemas

You can opt for getting the raw data, or to explode all nested API objects in separate tables.

Custom transformation via dbt

You can add any dbt transformation model you want and even sequence them in the order you need, so you get the data in the exact format you need at your cloud data warehouse, lake or data base.

Airbyte is designed to address 100% of your Rockset needs

calendar icon

Scheduled updates

Automate replications with recurring incremental updates to Rockset.

play
Replicate Salesforce data to Snowflake with incremental

Manual full refresh

Easily re-sync all your data when Rockset has been desynchronized from the data source.

Change Data Capture for databases

Ensure your database are up to date with log-based incremental replication.

play
Check how log replication works for PostgreSQL

About Rockset

Rockset is a real-time indexing and querying database platform that enables developers to build data-driven applications quickly and easily. It allows users to ingest and analyze data from various sources, including databases, streams, and APIs, and provides a SQL interface for querying the data in real-time. Rockset's unique architecture enables it to scale automatically, making it ideal for applications that require high performance and low latency. It also offers a range of features, including automatic schema detection, full-text search, and geospatial indexing, making it a versatile tool for a wide range of use cases. Overall, Rockset simplifies the process of building real-time applications and enables developers to focus on delivering value to their users.

Why choose Airbyte for your GitLab and Rockset data integration.

Airbyte is the new open-source ETL platform, and enables you to replicate your GitLab data in the destination of your choice, in minutes.

Maintenance-free

Heading

connector

Just authenticate your

GitLab

account and destination, and your new

GitLab

data integration will adapt to schema / API changes.

Extensible as open-sourced

With Airbyte, you can easily adapt the open-source

GitLab

ETL connector to your exact needs. All connectors are open-sourced.

No more security compliance issues​

Use Airbyte’s open-source edition to test your data pipeline without going through 3rd-party services. This will make your security team happy.

Normalized schemas​

Engineers can opt for raw data, analysts for normalized schemas. Airbyte offers several options that you can leverage with dbt.

Orchestration & scheduling​

Airbyte integrates with your existing stack. It can run with Airflow & Kubernetes and more are coming.

Monitoring & alerts on your terms​

Delays happen. We log everything and let you know when issues arise. Use our webhook to get notifications the way you want.