Splitgraph is building the Unified Data Stack – an integrated and modern solution for working with data without worrying about its infrastructure.
Splitgraph is powered by open standards and simple abstractions, like data images – immutable tables that you can push and pull, or query on the fly.
You can use the
sgr command line client to build images from dozens of data
from CSV files
custom Foreign Data Wrappers.
To push them to the DDN, just run
sgr push, like you would a Git branch or
Splitgraph helps data engineers work more like software engineers. But what if you're not a data engineer? What if you just want to share a CSV file with someone else, or query it with SQL, or join it with some other data?
That's why we built this feature – drag and drop a CSV file to upload it to the Data Delivery Network, where you can publish it or share it privately. You can even upload multiple, to create a table from each! (You can join across those tables, too.)
splitgraph.com/upload to get
or try it right from this blog post! Just upload the CSV file(s) you want
to publish as tables (privately or with anyone you share them with).
Impatient? Watch these ten second clips demonstrating the feature.
We've got a lot planned, and CSV uploads are just the tip of the iceberg. We're following a general theme of augmenting powerful command line tools with a simple and intuitive web interface. You can already do much of this from the CLI, but from the web you'll soon be able to:
splitgraph.ymlfile from the web, and clone a GitHub repo to orchestrate scheduled ingestion of your data sources
If you want Splitgraph for your internal company data, then join the private beta for our cloud SaaS product. We can deploy a white-labeled instance to your own infrastructure and setup a modern data stack for you without any hassle.