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Please Join Us for the Next Egeria Webinar: Egeria choices – Integration or repository connector?

By March 29, 2022No Comments

Guest Author: David Radley

Update your calendars! The popular monthly Egeria Webinar program is here:

The next session is on the 4th of April 2022 at 15:00 UTC and will describe how to build an Egeria Integration connector. Mandy Chessell will present this webinar.

Egeria provides a way for an organisation to see metadata from many sources coherently. Integration connectors are Egeria connectors that allow sources of metadata of various types to be automatically synchronised into or out of Egeria. The previous 2 sessions covered using and building integration connectors ( This session is comparing integration connectors with repository (proxy and native) connectors. There will be follow-on Egeria webinars describing how to use and build repository connectors.   

Who is this for:  Developers and architects who are interested in the differences between integration and repository connectors to automate cataloguing of metadata. 

What and Why: An organisation can put in place processes using integration and/or repository connectors to automate cataloguing, so that metadata can be brought into an Egeria eco system consistently on an ongoing basis, allowing it to be coherently governed, with minimal human intervention.

After this session, you should you should have awareness of ways to build integration connectors as well as a good understanding on the pros and cons of these types of connectors allowing you to plan your integrations around Egeria.  

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Be sure to put the other Webinar dates in your calendar.


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