All posts by Katherine Vasilega

Helping RightScale to Develop the Leading Cloud Management Platform

August 13, 2012 | 0 Comments | Katherine Vasilega
The engineers of Altoros assisted RightScale in building the MultiCloud marketplace and ServerTemplates for the system.

Altoros Settles Down in Silkeborg Valley, Denmark

With the first projects already delivered, Altoros opens up new business opportunities in the Nordic market and joins Silkebork Valley.

Altoros Organized Meetups Featuring Engine Yard

During two conferences, JRuby and the latest Engine Yard’s cloud solutions were presented to Java and Ruby-on-Rails developers.

Metadata and Data Virtualization Explained

June 20, 2011 | 0 Comments | Katherine Vasilega
Creating a unified view of data without actually moving information can help enterprises accelerate BI and integration of operational databases.

Altoros Lands in London

We are on the way to strengthen our business relationships with the UK-based partners and arleady work jointly on several promising projects.

TapMap—a Retail App Developed for Our Customer—Wins iEXPO

April 25, 2011 | 0 Comments | Katherine Vasilega
The TapMap project, a web-based retail system created for our customer, was chosen out of 36 companies from 16 countries and got the iEXPO award.

iPaaS: a New Trend in Data Integration?

April 20, 2011 | 0 Comments | Katherine Vasilega
The ongoing expansion of cloud technologies has led to a new model called "integration as a service."

Altoros Was Invited to Israeli Government Organizations

March 4, 2011 | 0 Comments | Katherine Vasilega
The professionals of the two countries exchanged technical expertise and considered the future cooperation of Belarusian and Israeli IT organizations.

What’s the Difference Between Data Conversion and Data Migration?

February 24, 2011 | 0 Comments | Katherine Vasilega
The terms data conversion and data migration are still sometimes used interchangeably over the Internet. However, they do mean different things.

ETL Alternatives: ELT (Extract, Load, and Transform)

January 30, 2011 | 0 Comments | Katherine Vasilega
Sometimes, after extracting data, you need to transform information inside a target database, rather than before uploading the data.