Apatar Press Coverage, 2007–2010

by Alex KhizhniakDecember 15, 2010
These are the main articles about Apatar, an open-source data integration product developed by Altoros. The project was mostly active during these four years.
VAR services with cloud vendors: Key considerations
By Brian Chee and Curtis Franklin Jr., December 15, 2010

One solution that we keep hearing about from different companies is about reducing the total seat costs by using Salesforce.com for the front-line salespeople, but something like SugarCRM for the call centers. Using two separate cloud applications isn’t unusual, but it does lead to the question of where the data is stored and how it is moved from one application to another. One company had a middleware data mashup product from Apatar.com periodically moving data back and forth to make sure the call center knew about recent outside sales activity.


Lightweight middleware
By Brian Chee, August 14, 2009
The gist is that there are tons of applications out there that don’t quite do what you want, and you need something inbetween your various applications that can squish/slice/dice the data to fit each side. However, what the CEO of Apatar was trying to point out is that sometimes you don’t need full time middleware and that he has a lighter weight variation on the theme called “Apatar”. He described it as a “data mashup tool” that has connectors to a large variety of data sources and action items to manipulate the data in all kinds of weird and wonderful ways.


Enterprise Mashups on Stage at CeBIT
By Michael Ogrinz, March 12, 2009

Last week the world’s largest annual computer expo, the CeBIT conference, was held in Hannover, Germany. This year there was also a focus on the “application development” side of technology, which included a large area devoted to open-source and a number of panels on topics such as Virtual Worlds, Digital Content Distribution, as well as a panel on “Business Solutions with Enterprise Mashups”. Ludmila Radzevich from Apatar (provider of an open-source data integration tool) was on hand to represent data mashups.


Spring Clean Your Software Licenses for Cost Savings
By Loraine Lawson, March 17, 2009

You might be able to save up to $100,000 a year by renegotiating your data integration licenses, according to this post published on Apatar’s blog. Of course, Apatar is an open source data integration solution provider and has a vested interest in reminding you that you could save on licensing fees. But that number is actually from recent Gartner report, according to the post.


Proving The ROI
By George Crump, February 26, 2009
The backup guy, the storage guy, and the virtualization guy are going to quickly become “the guy” in many organizations. Having a separate management and monitoring application for each one of these applications isn’t going to cut it any more. Tools will be needed, like those from Tek-Tools and Apatar that offer complete monitoring and reporting of storage management, data protection, and virtualization management in a single console.


Building a Personal Filtered RSS Reader with Oracle XE and Apatar
By Ivan Pavlov, February 10, 2009
This is the second part of my post about building an RSS Reader with Oracle and Apatar. If you have all the prerequisites mentioned in the previous post in place, let’s proceed with the database schema. This is enough to define the Apatar transformations which will load RSS posts into the table automatically.


Understanding Common Data Integration Challenges Can Improve BPM: A Salesforce-Quickbooks Integratio
February 2, 2009
This article considers the example of integrating QuickBooks with salesforce.com. But, there is more to improved QuickBooks and Salesforce integration than just saving time and effort; quality data integration makes for better business processes which helps accelerate sales in various lines of business. On the one hand, you have the sales department that uses Salesforce, which is always updated with customers’ credit and invoice information obtained from the back office’s QuickBooks. On the other hand, your accounting department is guaranteed to keep abreast of the current sales by having their QuickBooks synchronized with Salesforce.


Apatar Connects to SugarCRM Open-Source Suite
By Vicki Hamende, November 5, 2008
IBM i users can integrate customer data stored within DB2 with SugarCRM or transfer data to and from DB2 to SugarCRM. They can also improve the quality of corporate/customer data stored in DB2 prior to entering SugarCRM, or vice versa.


Apatar Connects Open Source SugarCRM to Other Apps
By Irina Guseva, October 30, 2008

New Apatar Connector was recently released to aid those struggling with integration of open source suite SugarCRM with third-party applications, databases, flat files, other CRM/ERP applications and Web 2.0 destinations. Apatar claims to be able to do it all “without coding”.


Apatar Announces New SugarCRM Connector
By Shireen Dee, October 22, 2008

Apatar recently announced its official connectivity to the SugarCRM open source suite for the construction of a new SugarCRM connector that can be deployed by all business users with no requirement for coding skills.


Apatar Unveils Integration Tool For SugarCRM
By Antone Gonsalves , October 21, 2008
Data integration vendor Apatar has introduced a software tool for connecting SugarCRM, an open-source customer relationship management suite, with third party applications.


Apatar, SugarCRM Team Up for Data Integration Product
By David Sims, October 20, 2008

Apatar, which sells open source software aimed at the data integration market, has officially announced connectivity to the SugarCRM open source suite. Apatar officials say the new SugarCRM connector is designed to integrate data between their customer relation management system and what company officials describe as “a variety of third-party data sources, allowing for this data to be filtered, validated, and cleansed.”


Apatar Announces Connectivity to Vertica Analytic Database
By David Sims, August 07, 2008
Apatar, a vendor of open source tools for data integration, today announced connectivity to the Vertica Analytic Database, a grid-based column-oriented database management system used for analytics and business intelligence.


Slashed by a factor of ten: Apatar’s new release
By Salesforce Times, July 15, 2008
Apatar Inc., is an industry leader in data integration and data fluidity (made that up) who announced the release of their Apatar On-Demand application to the Salesforce appexchange.  Promising a smoother flow of information between Salesforce Accounts and Quickbooks as well as providing a few other perks like a data quality service. Apatar’s press release proudly proclaims that all this will decrease deployment time “by a factor of ten”.


Open Source SaaS Scores Again With Apatar
By Joe Panettieri, July 11, 2008
Software as a service (SaaS) and open source continue to converge. The latest example is Apatar On-Demand, which now synchronizes Salesforce.com CRM and Intuit QuickBooks accounting software. Apatar specializes in open source tools for data integration. And filling the gap between Salesforce.com and QuickBooks should be of great interest to VARs and managed service providers. Here’s a bit more about some of the trends here.


MuleSource Offers Enterprise-Class Open Source SOA Governance
By Loraine Lawson, July 11, 2008
A fan of QuickBooks and Salesforce.com CRM? Then you might want to check out Apatar OnDemand, a new hosted integration solution that synchronizes data between QuickBooks and Salesforce.com. According to the press release, it’s designed for business users and can be set up within 30 minutes via a browser.


Deceased Database Available Online
By Direct Magazine, June 20, 2008
Apatar Inc. is working with Cdyne Corp. to offer a Web-based data hygiene service for removing the names of deceased persons from marketing lists and databases. The service verifies Social Security numbers used for customer identification against the U.S. Social Security Death Index database.


Apatar’s open source data integration and ETL
By Savio Rodrigues, May 21, 2008

I just spent some time looking at Apatar, a company that’s offering an extract, transform, load (ETL) and data integration solution under the GPL (with commercial support subscriptions available also). The really cool thingis that Apatar provides a visual designer and mapping tool in order to hide the complexity of ETL and data integration from the typical (business) user.


Garbage In, Garbage Out
According to analyst firm Aberdeen Group, 52%of organizations consider the “verification of data accuracy or completeness” to be one of the biggest customer data management challenges. Indeed, the principle of “garbage in, garbage out” is one with which many manufacturing IT managers continually struggle.


Extract, Transform and Load – now available for MashUp
As more and more enterprises move to adopt MashUps the question of what content, and from where is it coming, is being asked more and more often. I guess it’s part of the move we are all taking part in from using structured data, created by our own computers, to an increasing use of unstructured data, which could be described as created, and used by, people with the resulting ‘inconsistencies’.


Six Ways to Monetize Your Mashup Development Skills
26 March , 2008
Despite what many people tend to think, mashups are not just grabbing someone’s Web content. A well-made mashup is actually a brand new information resource, which is unique, genuine, and represents a greater value than its single components. If the mashup fails to meet the above-mentioned conditions, one can write it off as a dustbin full of informational garbage. Users are willing to pay only for those mashups that are of some value either for business or fun. In other words, the resource is worth considering when the idea of a certain mashup, the idea to combine these very components, makes sense. Nobody is interested in a mashup that transforms a number of useful Web sites into a huge useless mess.


Apatar Open Source Data Integration Debuts StrikeIron Email Verification Connector
February 5, 2008

Apatar, a provider of open source software tools for the data integration market, announced the availability of StrikeIron Email Verification connector for the Apatar Open Source Data Integration toolset. The new feature is designed to determine the validity of an email address or domain using StrikeIron Web Services.


CRM from Pivotal, Concursive CRM for AlphaGraphics, Apatar…
February 15, 2008

Apatar, a vendor of open source software tools for the data integration market, has announced a technology and marketing alliance with EnterpriseDB, the Oracle-compatible database company. Apatar will support EnterpriseDB’s Postgres-based database products as both sources and targets of data integration initiatives.


StrikeIron E-Mail Verification Picked for Apatar Tool Set
January 28, 2008 by David Sims.

Apatar, a vendor of open source software tools for the data integration market, has chosen StrikeIron E-mail Verification connector for the Apatar Open Source Data Integration tool set. The feature is designed to determine the validity of an e-mail address or domain. It lets users cleanse customer data by validating and filtering e-mails extracted from databases, files, applications and such Web 2.0 destinations as Flickr, Amazon S3 and RSS feeds.


Open Source Vendor Apatar Partners With EnterpriseDB In Data Integration

By Antone Gonsalves, February 7, 2008
Apatar, a maker of open source data integration tools, has agreed to support EnterpriseDB’s Postgres-based database products. Under the partnership, Apatar software can be used to integrate EnterpriseDB database with a variety of data sources, including other databases, such as MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, and Oracle. In addition, users will be able to link information in EnterpriseDB products with information in Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and CSV/TXT files and in applications, such as Salesforce.com and SugarCRM.


Twist on Now Familiar Tale of Independent Middleware Buyout

Loraine Lawson on February 8, 2008

Another middleware company bites the dust. Apatar Allies with EnterpriseDB. Apatar offers open source tools for data integration. This week, the company unveiled a support agreement with EnterpriseDB, an Oracle-compatible database company. Apatar designs its tools for business users, so IT doesn’t need to get bogged down in basic integration.


Ten tech start-ups that should matter
By Julie Bort, December 20, 2007
In 2007,we designated more than 90 start-ups as worth watching. After a second look, we picked these 10 as offering what matters most in the enterprise — agility, seamless integration and pervasive connectivity.


Apatar and StrikeIron connect open source with data quality
November 19, 2007
In a brand new partnership, Apatar becomes the first company to provide open source data-quality tools leveraging StrikeIron’s verification Web services. The new release of Apatar Open Source—available as a free download—enables users to extract, verify, and cleanse customer information across databases (e.g., MySQL, Microsoft SQL, Oracle); files (e.g., Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, CSV/TXT files); applications (e.g., Salesforce.com, SugarCRM); and the top Web 2.0 destinations (Flickr, Amazon S3, RSS feeds).


Apatar Data Integration Now Available on Salesforce.com

By David Sims, November 7, 2007

Apatar, a vendor of open source data mashups, has announced the availability of the Apatar Data Integration solution on Salesforce.com’s AppExchange directory.


Salesforce.com Users Meet Open Source Data Mashups from Apatar
By Alex Pipko, November 12, 2007
Salesforce.com customers can complete integration projects in just days using Apatar’s “no coding” open source approach to integration.


Got a bad business app? Get your data out.
By Don Marti, November 6, 2007

This one is for everyone who has to use some…well, “legacy” is a polite word for it…business application because it has a bunch of important data stuck in it.


Mobile CRM Deal for Antenna and Oracle, Castle and SalesLogix, Apatar and Salesforce.com, Cast Iron

By David Sims, Novemner 7, 2007
Apatar, a vendor of open source data mashups, has announced the availability of the Apatar Data Integration solution on Salesforce.com’s AppExchange directory.


Apatar Data Integration Now Available on Salesforce.com

Apatar, a vendor of open source data mashups, has announced the availability of the Apatar Data Integration solution on Salesforce.com’s AppExchange directory.


Dump your legacy CRM system for Salesforce.com using open source tools
By Alex Khiznyak, November 5, 2007
Do you have a business application you’d drop like a hot rock if you could just get your data out? Fire up this open source drag-and-drop tool and get happy.



Today, I stumbled upon Apatar. They are in beta – connecting data. Interesting: Apatar supplies open source software, but since that doesn’t heat up the fire, they are the supplier of support, training and consulting. Very smart.


Migrating to SugarCRM on Linux
Thanks to its use of open standards and open source, SugarCRM has emerged as a healthy and well-supported alternative to other proprietary customer relationship management (CRM) applications like Salesforce.com and Act. That said, more people now use products other than SugarCRM. So in many cases, if you deploy SugarCRM it will involve migrating from another product. In this article, I’ll discuss some of the ways SugarCRM and its partners have created solutions for migrating from other products.


By Jason Pratt, September 19, 2007
I have to tell you guys about this incredible tool I saw today called Apatar. It allows you to hook data sources together – like SQL to Salesforce, POP3 to XML, or Buzzsaw to RSS (or any combination thereof.).


Open Source Customer Service
By dlambert, September 4, 2007
A while back, I replied to a post on a Joel-on-Software forum about how to compete with an open source competitor. In my reply, I suggested that the author look at usability and customer service, as these are often two weak links in open source projects.


Open source data integration in Network World
By Marc Russel, August 17, 2007
Today I ran into an article in Network World in which they have selected eight open source companies to watch. I usually don’t pay too much attention to these marketing things, but I found interesting that two of the companies selected are doing data integration: Apatar and Talend.


Open source companies to watch

By Jon Brodkin, August 23, 2007
cheap, robust alternatives to solutions offered by proprietary software vendors. Read this article to learn about nine open source companies worth watching in the areas of Web search, server virtualization, data integration, collaboration software and e-mail.


RSS feeds begin to bleed into enterprise applications

By Dana Gardner, AUgust 17, 2007

You’ve probably just gotten used to the idea of “mashups” for quickly bringing web services into applications and portals. Well, now get ready for making novel and powerful use of content via RSS feeds in a similar way.


Apatar’s Chief Executive Officer Chosen as a Finalist for Mass Technology Leadership Council’s Techn
Chicopee, MA – Apatar, Inc., the first provider of open source, on-demand data integration software tools and services, announced today that Renat Khasanshyn, the company’s Chief Executive Officer, has been named as a finalist in the Mass Technology Leadership Council’s 2007 Technology Leadership Awards in the category of Emerging Executive of the Year.


Amazon Pushes Data Center-To-Rent Service

By Antone Gonsalves, August 7, 2007
ith EC2, the company CIO hopes application service providers can focus on adding features and not on power generators, bandwidth, and hard disk failures.


Two Ways To Deal With SOA’s Data Integration Challenge
By Charles Babcock, July 7, 2007
It’s one thing to integrate data across applications in an IT infrastructure. The methods and practices are tried and true. But implementing data integration across a service-oriented architecture poses new challenges.


Schedule Running Apatar Projects

By Tim Fehlman, August 2, 2007
As I have mentioned previously, Apatar is an excellent tool for filtering or modifying data in preparation for reports or for discovering trends in your data. Unfortunately, data is not static and changes regularly. This means that even once you get that really awesome Apatar DataMap completed, you need to run that on a regular basis.


LinuxWorld San Francisco 2007 Exhibitor Profiles
August 2, 2007
SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–LinuxWorld San Francisco 2007 takes place Aug. 6 – 9, 2007 at the Moscone Center North in San Francisco. Listed below are LinuxWorld exhibitor profiles. For in-depth information about the event, visit http://www.linuxworldexpo.com/live/12/media//SN404041.


Enterprise Feed Bleeds
You’ve probably just gotten used to the idea of “mashups” for quickly bringing Web services into applications and portals. Well, get ready for making novel and powerful use of content via RSS feeds in a similar way.


LinuxWorld San Francisco Kicks Off Next Week
FRAMINGHAM, Mass., August 2, 2007 – IDG World Expo, the leading producer of world-class tradeshows and events, today provided a preview of next week’s LinuxWorld Conference & Expo®. Linux and open source users from around the globe will arrive at San Francisco’s Moscone Center to examine the latest products and solutions, hear about emerging trends in the industry, and experience new content focusing on key themes including virtualization, mobile and embedded Linux, Linux on the desktop and more.


StrikeIron Announces Business Mashup Challenge Winner
Renat Khasanshyn, Apatar Founder and CEO, was awarded the prize for his mashup titled “Salesforce.com SMS Mashup using StrikeIron SMS Web Service”. The mashup allows Salesforce.com users to send SMS (or text) messages to their customers and prospects from within Salesforce.com. To see more on this mashup please visit: www.apatarforge.org/wiki/x/AQA1.


StrikeIron Mashups are “Red Hot”
Mashups have received a considerable amount of airplay throughout the entire year, but the movement now seems to be picking up more steam than ever. We recently had our second mashup contest of the year hosted with IBM and saw some really innovative entries, including the winner from Apatar which integrated our Global SMS Web service with their own technology utilizing IBM’s QEDWiki mashup platform to create a valuable Salesforce.com customer mobile communication solution.


Removing Data Noise with Apatar
There used to be a time when people would say, “I can’t make a decision because I do not have enough information!” Now, you are more likely to hear something like, “I can’t make a decision because I have too much information!” I have discovered a very useful tool called Apatar that allows you to do just that.


Apatar to Host Data Mashup Contest During OSCON, July 23-27, 2007, in Portland, OR and at LinuxWorld
The mashup phenomenon enabled users and developers around the globe to mix data easily, create gadgets/widgets, and join them in the form of situational applications.


Open Source ETL Takes On Proprietary Intelligence

One of the pillars of business intelligence capabilities is something called ETL , an acronym standing for extract, transform and load. ETL can also be a pillar for business integration as well.


Podcast: SF power outage, Apple earnings, mashups and more.
This week on the Dan & David Show we discuss Apple’s quarterly earnings (which were released just before we recorded the show-270,000 iPhones sold in the two-day launch before the end of the quarter) and the power outage in San Francisco that took out ZDNet, Craigslist, Technorati, Yelp and other sites hosted at 365 Main.


Apatar Data Mashup Contest
More news from OSCON: Apatar has launched a Data Mashup contest at the show to promote wider use of its open-source data integration tool.


Mashup Camp 4 Wrapup
Data is also collected from Google Local Search, Google Finance, Google Maps, AccuWeather, and tools including Dapper and Apatar. See the screenshot below for an example:. For some good notes on the variety of discussions that took …


Mashup culture shatters crusty, stodgy old approach to business app dev
By David Berlind, July 23, 2007
To easily get at this data, CCA uses Apatar’s data connector for extracting data from salesforce.com. Once CCA is done presenting a list of leads for cold …


A bumper crop of new mashup platforms
By Dion Hinchcliffe, July 23, 2007
Apatar is a mashup product designed to help “users and mashup developers to join their on-premise data sources with the Web and Office 2.0 applications …


Watch a Walkthrough of Our Mashup Camp Contest Winner

Here’s a link to coverage of the mashup contest winner (me and Renat Khasanshyn – not often I get to see “me” and “winner” in the same sentence) over at ZDnet: Mashup culture shatters crusty, stodgy old approach to business app dev.


Apatar Crashes Data Mashup Party

By Jeff Feinman, July 15, 2007
There is a new player in the growing enterprise data mashup field, and its name is Apatar. The Chicopee, Mass.-based company provides a suite of software for organizations that need to move data, with tools for application integration, data migration and warehousing, and synchronization.


Young software exec moves to open source model

By Christopher Calnan, July 13, 2007
He’s expecting Apatar to reach profitability within 18 months if he’s successful in raising $3.8 million in venture capital. Without such investment, he expects the company to take 24 months to 32 months to reach profitability.


Two Ways To Deal With SOA’s Data Integration Challenge

Open source Apatar is being evaluated by AutoDesk, which makes computer-aided design and engineering software. It also offers collaborative construction project management in the form of software as a service that integrates data through a Web portal for the contractors on a project. Major construction projects can involve 40 or more contractors.


Dennis Byron’s Open Source Series: Talking to… Apatar
Most of the ebizQ.net Open Source Software (OSS) “Talking with…” Series has involved “established” OSS product and company structures. Of course, “established” in the OSS world is measured as anything more than 12 months.


Apatar Launches Open Source Data Integration as a Service
By Matthew Aslett, July 2, 2007
Open source integration start-up Apatar has announced the launch of Apatar Enterprise Data Mashups, an on-demand data integration offering.


Apatar to Officially Launch World’s First Open Source On-Demand Data
MySQL News, June 28, 2007
PR Inside – Apatar enables its users to easily link information between files (Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, CSV/TXT files), databases (such as MySQL, Microsoft SQL, Oracle), applications ( Salesforce.com , SugarCRM), and the top Web 2.0 destinations.


Apatar sets launch of first open-source, on-demand data integration company

The Apatar Enterprise Data Mashups product aggregates RSS content within the enterprise. Apatar enables its users to easily link information between files-e.g., Microsoft Excel spreadsheets; CSV/TXT files; databases such as MySQL, Microsoft SQL, and Oracle; applications from Salesforce.com and SugarCRM; and the top Web 2.0 destinations, such as Flickr and Amazon S3.


Apatar to Officially Launch World’s First Open Source Software as a Service (SaaS) Data Integration

Apatar, Inc., today announced Apatar Enterprise Data Mashups™, the world’s first open source on-demand data integration software tools and services at the Red Herring East Conference, being held June 26-28, 2007, in Boston, MA. Apatar Enterprise Data Mashups is a new product for aggregating and reading RSS content within the enterprise.


Mashups in Minsk: Enterprise 2.0 Software Unveiled in Belarus

“It’s a pleasure to share our experience in design and implementation of Web 2.0 solutions in North America with our Belarusian colleagues at Bynet 2.0,” said Apatar founder and CEO Renat Khasanshyn, as he unveiled Apatar’s Enterprise 2.0 Mashup product at the First Belarusian Web 2.0 Conference in Minsk, Belarus (CIS, former USSR).


ETL vs. ESB Naked Open Source
By Debbie Moynihan, June 20, 2007
ETL vs. ESB Naked Open Source; A blog by Renat Khasanshyn on the Intersection of Open Source, Enterprise 2.0, Mashups, Office 2.0, and Apatar Open Source ETL (Extract, Transform, Load).


Backing up your files
Amazon’s S3 (Simple Storage Service) is a web service that allows people to store data within Amazon’s network of state of the art data centre.


Open-Source Data Mapping: The Kid’s Got it Going On
By Renee Ferguson, June 20, 2007
Sitting in the hallway outside the press room at the Web 2.0 conference here in Boston I noticed this fresh-faced looking kid wearing blok-square glasses and a blue shirt with Apatar embroidered across the back, pacing up and down in front of me. Haltingly he took a stab at conversation when I opened my banana. “Healthy lunch,” he said. “Fast lunch,” I said, looking down at my laptop to indicate my busy state of being.


The next big thing? Four open source start-ups to watch
By Matthew Aslett, June 20, 2007
A group of open source start-ups have appeared on CBR’s radar in recent weeks. I thought it was worth taking a quick look at their credentials to see how they progress from here. They are, in no particular order: Apatar, GravityZoo, LoopFuse, and Untangle (alright I lied, they’re in alphabetical order). Here’s our first impressions.


Apatar: Yahoo Pipes like Open Source Application
By Krishnan Subramanian, June 28, 2007
Apatar is an enterprise level open source application that offers Yahoo Pipes like functionality. We (myself and Deepak) recently interviewed its CEO. I have made a post on Apatar and Deepak has followed it with a podcast of the interview. Check it out.


Apatar Enterprise Data Mashups Offering Chosen for OSBC Showcase

“We are thrilled to be included as part of the Showcase at OSBC,” said Apatar founder and CEO Renat Khasanshyn, as it was announced that Apatar’s Enterprise Data Mashups has been selected by this week’s Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) to be a part of the “Products and Services,” a select group of companies providing innovative solutions to the enterprise marketplace.


Apatar Data Integration Tool
By Brian Chee, May 20, 2007
You MUST check this tool out. Simply put, this is not just a one time data migration tool! You can literally have your high power sales folks on SalesForce.com and then your calling center on something like SugarCRM do a join and send an RSS feed to the mobile sales force. This startup with offices outside of Boston and also Belarus is creating a shift in the way we look at data.


Meeting the geek behind Apatar
June 11, 2007
Here you meet Renat Khasanshyn, founder and CEO of Apatar, and we have a chat about the changes that are coming to enterprise systems thanks to Web 2.0.


Moving data around with Apatar
June 11, 2007
Apatar is a way to move data between third party applications and existing enterprise systems. Renat Khasanshyn, founder and CEO of Apatar, demonstrates his system here.


Silicon Valley Minute: Apatar
May 24, 2007
Renat Khasanshyn is CEO and co-founder of Apatar, a leading provider of open source software tools for the data integration market.