tag:status.keboola.com,2013:/posts Keboola Status 2020-04-07T19:23:37Z Keboola Connection "Data Framework" tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1527869 2020-04-07T19:23:37Z 2020-04-07T19:23:37Z Errors in Generic Extractor Post-Mortem


On April 4, 2020 at 10:07 UTC, we deployed a version of Generic Extractor which contained a bug.
Some Generic Extractor jobs failed with the following error:

CSV file "XXX" file name is not a valid table identifier, either set output mapping for "XXX" or make sure that the file name is a valid Storage table identifier. 

Generic Extractor was reverted to its previous version at 14:08 UTC. The error affected 10% of all Generic Extractor jobs running during the four-hour period. We sincerely apologize for the trouble this may have caused you.

What Happened?

We changed the output generation rules so tables are always generated even if empty. Table names are normally generated using the outputBucket setting. However, it can also be done using undocumented alternative settings via ID or name properties. Unfortunately, the new code did not take the alternative settings into account and failed to generate correct table names.

What Are We Doing About This?

We have extended the tests to cover the undocumented settings, though we recommend you stick with the documented ones.

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1526845 2020-04-03T14:45:04Z 2020-04-03T14:45:04Z Errors in Generic Extractor jobs

Today we have released a version of Generic extractor in which a bug was present. It caused certain specific configurations to fail with the error:

CSV file XXX file name is not a valid table identifier, either set output mapping for XXX or make sure that the file name is a valid Storage table identifier. 

We have reverted the release. We sincerely apologize for the error. We will publish a postmortem next week.

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1526388 2020-04-02T09:19:39Z 2020-04-02T10:07:06Z Orchestrations API increased error rate in EU

There are some problems causing errors of Orchestrations API responses in EU region. We are investigating and will give here more details in under an hour.

UPDATE Apr 2 11:32 CEST - The errors stopped occurring by now. We are watching it and investigating the root cause.

UPDATE Apr 2 12:05 CEST - We've found out that API servers were flooded with some unexpected requests bursts. We've upgraded the infrastructure and will find a way how to prevent such a situation for next time.

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1524029 2020-03-31T09:23:00Z 2020-03-31T09:23:00Z Week in Review - March 31th, 2020

UI Improvements

  • Action buttons are now directly accessible when hovering over list items in transformations and components which use generic input or output mappings.
  • We added a new modal to improve the orchestration set-up experience.  You can now more easily schedule orchestrations on an hourly, daily or weekly basis. There's still an option to set up a custom schedule.
  • When you want to edit tables or edit credentials in your database writers, you no longer have to click on the “Edit” button, you can directly edit the values and push “Save“ button.
  • We added a new modal for database writers that support provisioned credentials(Redshift, Snowflake). You can now directly create provisioned credentials.

Minor Improvements

  • Julia transformation and sandbox have been updated to julia1.4

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1525686 2020-03-31T05:37:32Z 2020-03-31T07:43:27Z Transformation failures

We’re currently experiencing a transformation failures, we are investigating the problem. Next update in one hour.

UPDATE March 31, 6:17 AM UTC: We've identified the issue and deployed rollback. Transformations started after 6:11 AM should run without any issues. We’re monitoring to ensure transformations are running as expected. Next update in one hour.

UPDATE March 31, 7:30 AM UTC: The rollback was finished and no other issues were reported within the last hour. We are going to investigate the root cause and publish post mortem soon.
tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1524031 2020-03-26T16:49:59Z 2020-03-26T16:52:58Z Transformation errors

Since March 26, 4:00 PM UTC we are experiencing failures for starting transformations in US and EU regions with error Storage API bucket 'configuration_id' with configuration not found.

Error was caused by incorrect configuration.

We're investigating the issue and will update this post with our findings.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

UPDATE March 26, 4:35 PM UTC: Problem was fixed.]]>
tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1523155 2020-03-24T09:12:55Z 2020-03-24T10:11:19Z Degraded Snowflake Performance (US region) - March 24, 2020
Since March 24, 8:15 am UTC we are seeing decreased performance of Snowflake in US region. That may cause degradation in performance jobs and sandbox loading in US region. We are investigating the causes. Next update in one hour.

UPDATE Mar 24, 10:10 UTC  - Performance should be back to normal, we're closely monitoring the situation.

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1521953 2020-03-20T08:34:10Z 2020-03-20T09:20:20Z Degraded Snowflake Performance (EU region) - March 20, 2020

We are seeing decreased performance of Snowflake in EU region. We are investigating the causes and boosting our infrastructure. Next update in one hour.

UPDATE Mar 20, 10:18 CET  - Performance should be back to normal, we're closely monitoring the situation.

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1520851 2020-03-19T19:57:33Z 2020-03-19T19:57:33Z Week in Review - March 19th, 2020


We're deprecating public file uploads.

New Features

  • Keboola Connection in-app news — we now display important news inside the application. We aim to replace the current status with the in-application news:

  • Search in transformations now searches the individual transformations again:
  • Orchestrations can now be copied (from the configuration versions page); the new orchestrations are created as disabled so that they don't run unexpectedly:
  • An entire bucket can be added in input mapping in transformations: 
  • Orchestrator now supports setting the timezone for the orchestration schedule:
  • We're working on making the UI less cluttered; therefore, we're hiding numerous action buttons into an action menu. In the following releases, some of the actions that are now in the action menu will be directly accessible when hovering over the item in the list:

Community News

For Czech speaking folks - we're participating in Covid-19 CZ activity.

Minor Improvements

  • DWHM Manager now has the option to reset users' passwords; the password link will be returned in job events. Keep in mind that the link can only be clicked once: 


  • Microsoft SQL Server writer now correctly creates the primary key when creating a table.

  • Thoughtspot writer now creates the target database & schema if it does not exist.


  • Developer portal now shows the link to your development project: 

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1520621 2020-03-17T15:40:38Z 2020-03-17T15:40:39Z Deprecation of public File Uploads

If you are uploading a file to Storage (manually or automatically), there's an option to upload it with the Public flag. The file can then be accessed publicly outside of Keboola Connection.

Only a minority of Keboola Connection users take advantage of this feature, and they do so in a very non-standard way (e.g., for HTML files). That's why we decided to deprecate it. Also, the new File Storage we have prepared (Azure Blob Storage) doesn't support public File Uploads, and we want to make this behavior consistent across all supported File Storage Backends.

The option to create Public Files from the UI has been removed (effective with the publication of this post).

The option to create Public Files via an API will be removed in about three months, by the end of June, 2020.

An alternative solution could be the AWS S3 Writer component, but we don't recommend relying on Public Files at all. Not even outside of Keboola Connection.

Vladimír Kriška
tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1520416 2020-03-16T07:08:16Z 2020-03-17T07:09:32Z Degraded Snowflake Performance (EU region) - March 16, 2020

We are investigating decreased performance of Snowflake in EU region which unfortunately reoccured after previous resolution. We are in touch in with Snowflake support. Next update in three hours.

UPDATE Mar 16, 11:58 CET  - Snowflake confirmed the issue and will fix it by end of business day today. Meanwhile backlog of jobs cleared but we still see performance degradation. Next update in 6 hours or when the issue will be resolved by Snowflake.

UPDATE Mar 16, 18:21 CET  - Snowflake is performing update which should resolve the issue. We already see performance improvements and there are no jobs in backlog. Next update tomorrow morning.

UPDATE Mar 17, 08:08 CET  - All operations are back to normal all jobs were processed during the night without any delays. We are working together with Snowflake to avoid these issues happening again.

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1515581 2020-03-02T15:21:43Z 2020-03-06T20:47:59Z Degraded Snowflake Performance (EU region) - March 2, 2020

We're experiencing degraded Snowflake performance affecting all operations in the EU region.

This problem can affect our users in the following ways:

  • Job execution time may be longer than usual.
  • Jobs are randomly failing with the error message "Result not found".

This is similar to the issue we observed last week, which was caused by the Snowflake Cloud Service Layer in EU region being overloaded.

We have reported it to Snowflake support and will keep you posted as soon as we have an update.

UPDATE Mar 3, 10:43 CET - The performance of Snowflake operations has currently improved. We're still working with Snowflake support on mitigating this issue permanently.

UPDATE Mar 4, 19:50 CET - We were hit again today with degraded performance of Snowflake's Cloud Service Layer. Between 3:30 PM - 5 PM CET we observed a large increase in compilation time of Snowflake queries. After 5 PM it returned back to normal. We updated Snowflake with our latest observations and are hopeful for a quick resolution. We will update here with any more information within the next 12 hours.

UPDATE Mar 5, 06:35 CET  - We hit again Snowflake performance degradation in last six hours. Snowflake is working on issue mitigation with highest severity. We will provide an update in three hours.

UPDATE Mar 5, 09:49 CET  - Performance degradation peaks still occurs. We are in touch with Snowflake on resolution. We will provide an update in three hours.

UPDATE Mar 5, 13:43 CET  - There has been no change of performance for the past few hours and its degradation still occurs. We will provide an update in three hours.

UPDATE Mar 5, 16:18 CET - We've been working with Snowflake support on mitigating the performance degradation. From our monitoring it seems that Keboola platform in EU region is now stabilised (since around 14:00). We will provide next update in three hours. 

UPDATE Mar 5, 16:43 CET - The issue is a highest priority case with Snowflake support. We're closely collaborating on finding a permanent solution to the performance degradation. Status update from Snowflake: 

Snowflake acknowledges the performance degradation issue reported by Keboola Czech SRO since February 24, 2020 and tracks it under the case #00097987 as a critical incident.

Snowflake Support together with Snowflake Engineering are continuously collaborating and conducting an in-depth investigation to identify the root cause and provide a viable solution to you on priority.

At this time, additional resources have been allocated in the Snowflake Services Layer which should show improved performance values.

We will provide next update in three hours. 

UPDATE Mar 5, 20:55 CET - The performance is now stabilised and jobs are running as expected. We are monitoring the situation and We will provide next update in 12 hours.

UPDATE Mar 6, 09:23 CET - The performance has worsened slightly during the night job peak. We are monitoring the situation and  will provide next update in 3 hours.

UPDATE Mar 6, 12:55 CET - The Snowflake Engineering team made some optimizations of the Cloud Service Layer for our account.  Since 7:40 AM CET there have been no "Result not found" errors and job performance should return to normal state.

We will continue monitoring the situating and will provide another update in 6 hours.

UPDATE Mar 6, 21:45 CET - All operations are back to normal. Thanks for your patience and understanding.

Erik Žigo
tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1512928 2020-02-24T14:27:46Z 2020-02-25T13:05:34Z Degraded Snowflake Performance (EU region)

We're experiencing degraded Snowflake performance affecting all operations in the EU region.

We are investigating this issue and will keep you posted as soon as we have an update.

UPDATE Feb 24, 17:07 CET - After more detailed investigation there is a rapid increase of SQL compilation time of queries on snowflake side. It was reported to Snowflake Support and we are waiting for response from their side.

UPDATE Feb 25, 9:00 AM CET - We have confirmation from Snowflake support about high workload in their Cloud Service Layer on yesterday. Their engineering team taken steps mitigate the issue.

UPDATE Feb 25, 2:05 PM CET - After a detailed investigation we found that job performance was impacted from between 8 AM and 6 PM CET yesterday. We are still monitoring the situation. Please contact our support if your jobs are still having any problems with performance.

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1511145 2020-02-21T16:59:36Z 2020-02-21T16:59:37Z Week in Review — February 19, 2020

New Components

  • Mailgun v2 — Mailgun is an email automation service. It offers a complete cloud-based email service for sending, receiving and tracking email sent through your websites and applications.
  • Drive CX — Downloads Drive CX data about locations, purchase details, employees, and surveys.
  • AzureML Model Deployment — Allows you to deploy your trained model to Azure Container Instances and query it via an API.
  • MS SharePoint Lists writer — SharePoint empowers teamwork with dynamic and productive team sites. A list in SharePoint is a collection of data that gives you and your co-workers a flexible way to organize information.

New Features

  • Orchestrator supports setting the timezone over the API (support in Keboola Connection's UI will follow soon).
  • MongoDB extractor supports the SRV protocol for specifying connection, the so called seed list.
  • Snowflake Data Warehouse Manager now creates schemas with "MANAGED ACCESS" and grants "ON FUTURE" to all objects of the schema. This means that recreating tables (drop and load) doesn't require re-granting for all roles/users previously granted.
  • ThoughtSpot writer now checks if a database and a schema exist.

UI Improvements

  • When creating new Input mapping in a Snowflake transformation, the load type Clone is used if the source table is cloneable and bigger than 100 megabytes.
  • JSON editor now shows all fields, not only the required ones.
  • Transformation detail page warns about unsaved queries/scripts if you attempt to run a transformation or leave/close a page.

  • Orchestration detail page supports the load of older orchestration jobs.

  • In Transformation, you can see the basic Input Mapping setting without the opening detailed modal.

  • Create buttons (table, column) in the Storage explorer were moved to the top right corner.

  • Transformation Output Mapping modal is now more compact.

  • Organization selector shows the Maintainer name ("KBC Internal" in the example below).


Minor Improvements

  • Python environment is 3.8.1 and includes Java and H2O.
  • Jupyter notebooks now save notebook files to Keboola Storage — both on a manual and auto save.
  • Input mappings that are using CSV files(e.g. python/r transformation components) now have a global limit of 100 GB per table.
  • GoodData extractor uses more verbose logging.
  • Most emails from Keboola Connection have a new design.
tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1505790 2020-02-04T14:54:44Z 2020-02-04T14:54:44Z Broken Loads from 2020-01-28 to 2020-01-29 [post-mortem]


On 2020-01-28 09:00 UTC, we deployed a version of Keboola Connection containing a bug. It resulted in loads from transformations to storage were missing our internal _timestamp value. This issue was hard to detect and persisted till 2020-01-29 08:00 UTC. Backfill was applied and all missing _timestamp fields were set to value 2020-01-29 00:00:00 UTC at 2020-01-31 16:30 UTC.  The effect of the tables not having the _timestamp set was that jobs which used this table for incremental loading had no reference for the newest data.

What Happened?

There was an error in our upgrade of the library responsible for loads. An incorrect parameter set resulted in timestamps not being set during load. Such a scenario was not covered by our tests, and this situation was not caught during our peer review process. We immediately deployed the previous functioning version of Keboola Connection as soon as the problem was identified. That itself took about 15 minutes. This was an issue that affected some customers' data so backfill was carefully discussed and tested. Unfortunately, we were also impacted with an issue in the 3rd party build system we use which prevented us from performing the backfill of the missing timestamps on 30th January. Finally, between 2020-01-31 09:30 UTC and 2020-01-31 16:30 UTC all impacted project were back filled.


  •  2020-01-28 09:00 Version containing a bug deployed
  •  2020-01-29 08:00 Rollback
  •  2020-01-29 Investigation of issue, impact assessment
  •  2020-01-30 Testing of backfill
  •  2020-01-31 09:30 Start data backfill
  •  2020-01-31 16:30 Data backfill done

What Are We Doing About It?

We're extending the software tests to include more scenarios including test of _timestamp presence on all types of load. We're also working on improving our public incident response to post more frequent updates. 

Original status of issue: https://status.keboola.com/investigating-problems-with-incremental-lods

If your data was affected with this issue, our backfill is not enough for your specific case and you are not in contact with our support yet, feel free to get in touch. Our professional services team will provide all necessary help. 

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1504046 2020-01-30T12:53:47Z 2020-01-30T12:54:22Z Week in Review — January 30, 2020

New Features and UI Improvements

  • There is a new ui picker that allows you to easily switch between projects and their organizations.

  • Detail of a transformation bucket was tweaked. Button for adding transformations is reachable better, phases and backends are better arranged and design of the list of transformations was united with similar lists in other components.

  • Sidebars across the whole application were united and polished.

  • Editing descriptions across the whole application was polished too.

  • Input mappings in a transformation detail can be reordered using drag & drop.

Updated Components

  • There is a new template for getting projects and tasks in detail within Asana Extractor.
  • Updated Typeform Extractor  to download data from Responses API instead of Data API

New Components

  • Microsoft Dynamics 365 Extractor and Writer by our KDS team allows downloading and sending data to this CRM tool.
  • Microsoft SharePoint Lists Extractor by KDS team allows downloading collections of data from SharePoint lists.
  • Azure Blob Storage Extractor and Writer by KDS team allows reading and writing data to Azure Storage similarly to our S3 Writer.
  • OneDrive Writer by Jakub Bartel which uploads files from Storage to OneDrive or SharePoint account.
tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1504011 2020-01-29T07:53:34Z 2020-01-31T16:35:59Z Investigating problems with incremental loads

We are investigating problems in Storage which could lead to inappropriate processing of incremental loading and related functionality. We will keep you updated.

UPDATE Jan 29 9:45 CET - Problem is that incremental load from transformations is not setting _timestamp column. We had identified a release that was causing trouble and finished its revert. Unfortunately, already created table rows having the _timestamp with null values still won't be processed by incremental loading. You can fix this situation manually by running a full load. Now we are running tests to isolate the root cause and preparing global correction of its side effects.

UPDATE Jan 29 14:00 CET - The _timestamp values are written correctly for all newly added table rows since the morning release revert. So now the problem persists only with the rows added previously (ca during yesterday and today's night) which still contain empty timestamp values and so won't be processed e.g. by writers configured to incremental loads. (You can overcome it temporarily by setting them to full load.) Now we are working on backfilling missing timestamp values and so fixing the incremental functionality for these affected data.

UPDATE Jan 29 18:00 CET - The backfill of missing timestamps is being prepared and should be ready tomorrow.

UPDATE Jan 30 15:00 CET - The backfill mechanism is released. Now we are performing last checks before applying it to all affected data. 

UPDATE Jan 30 16:30 CET - Unfortunately, we are forced to leave the backfill for tomorrow. There is an incident in Travis CI which is slowing down our work the whole day and is still not resolved and we decided not to risk running it rashly during the night to be able to support it properly if anything goes wrong.

UPDATE Jan 31 10:30 CET - All preparations are done and preliminary test finished. We are just starting with the backfill.

UPDATE Jan 31 12:00 CET - The backfill is running and ca. 10 % of affected data is fixed.

UPDATE Jan 31 14:00 CET - The backfill is running and ca. 20 % of affected data is fixed.

UPDATE Jan 31 15:30 CET - The backfill is still running and ca. 25 % of affected data in US region and ca. 40 % in EU region are fixed.

UPDATE Jan 31 17:00 CET - The backfill is still running and ca. 70 % of affected data in US region and ca. 100 % in EU region are fixed.

UPDATE Jan 31 17:30 CET - The backfill is finally finished. All the affected data are fixed and have _timestamp column set to "2020-01-29 00:00:00". So that you should update your settings if you have incremental loads set to lower value then 3 days.

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1503742 2020-01-28T17:22:41Z 2020-01-28T18:50:04Z SQL Validation Outage

SQLdep API suddenly stopped working and because of that transformations validation and SQL analysis are not working properly. (You will probably get false negatives for all validation requests.)

We are investigating the issue and will let you know once we know more.

UPDATE: We've resolved the issue and the integration with the service is working again. It lied in a change of SQLdep API address which we had unfortunately missed.

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1501201 2020-01-24T08:01:13Z 2020-01-24T08:01:48Z Week in Review — January, 24th, 2020

Updated Components

Tableau TDE writer

  • will now retry when a request failed - this should greatly improve reliability as network glitch or temporary unavailability of remote server won't fail the job. Instead it will wait a little and retry the request. 

New Features

  • Every new Keboola Connection user will now get Guide mode, regardless if they were invited by current user or registered themselves. It will guide them hands-on though the basics of using Keboola Connection

Minor Improvements

  • In Transformation detail, Backend and Phase can be changed from the sidebar

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1501543 2020-01-22T16:57:37Z 2020-01-22T18:31:00Z Server errors in US region

There was increased amount of server errors in US region that resulted in issues in Keboola Connection UI. No jobs were affected. 

Jan 22 15:50 UTC - increased amount of server errors

Jan 22 16:08 UTC - the issue is mostly resolved

Jan 22 16:19 UTC - the issue is completely resolved

Jan 22 18:28 UTC
 - the post was amended, original version mistakenly mentioned EU region was affected while actually this was an issue in the US region.

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1500451 2020-01-20T11:25:37Z 2020-01-20T11:25:37Z Week in review — January 20, 2020

New Features and Updates

Incremental Fetching

The following extractors now support Incremental Fetching:

  • Snowflake Extractor
  • Oracle Extractor
  • Redshift Extractor
  • Firebird Extractor
  • Cloudera Impala Extractor 

Job Performance

When a job is finished, we show you how long it took. If a job takes 10% longer (or less) than the average, we'll show you the difference.

Transformation Buckets

The list of Transformation Buckets is no longer collapsible and looks like other lists of configurations in an application.

Bucket details in Data Catalog

In a source project (a project which shares a bucket and "owns" data), you are able to see the bucket detail.

  • You can see how the bucket is shared (to organization members, projects members, selected projects, etc.).
  • You can edit the description of the bucket — it will be available for those users who want to link the bucket to their project.
  • You can see a list of tables and bucket properties (size, row count, etc.).
  • Also, if someone uses the bucket, you can see which project it is (Used by section).

In a destination project (where you can see and use a bucket):

  • You can see the description of the bucket and decide if you want to use it.
  • You can see a list of tables and bucket properties (size, row count, etc.).
  • If you decide to use the bucket, you will also see the link to Storage.

Show tables searched by metadata in Writers

In case you use our new feature Scaffolds, related writers (e.g., the Snowflake database writer) will show you all input tables that are searched by metadata.

Environment updates

  • R updated to 3.6.2
  • Python updated to 3.7.5

New Components

Vladimír Kriška
tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1497751 2020-01-10T19:48:41Z 2020-01-10T19:48:42Z Maintenance of Developer Portal

There will be a maintenance period of Developer Portal on Sunday, January 12, 2020 from 7:00am UTC and should take around 2 hours.

This maintenance won't affect Connection nor any other Keboola service.

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1494585 2020-01-01T09:50:26Z 2020-01-01T11:55:50Z VPN connection errors

We are investigating VPN connection issues for extractors and writers in both regions. 

UPDATE Jan 01, 10:03 AM (UTC) - Our VPN provider is investigating the issue

UPDATE Jan 01, 11:54 AM (UTC) - Our VPN provider has found the root cause and fixed the issue. All VPN connections should be working again.

tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1487826 2019-12-12T12:34:05Z 2019-12-12T12:34:05Z Week in Review — December 12, 2019

New Components

TimeDoctor extractor 

  • Time Doctor is a time tracking software which allows employees to track time per project and task. Team managers are then able to monitor their computer activity and evaluate effectiveness.
  • The Time Doctor extractor for Keboola Connection allows you to download Time Doctor data about users and their activity. 
  • This component was developed by KDS Team.

Snapchat Marketing extractor

  • The Snapchat marketing extractor allows users to download data about marketing campaigns and statistics via the Snapchat Marketing API.
  • It allows to download statistics for campaigns, adsquads, and ads with all supported metrics from Snapchat with either hourly or daily granularity.
  • This component was developed by KDS Team.

Updated Components

  • All database extractors now retry on all the SQL queries they perform.
  • Firebird and Impala extractors now support simple table & column select mode and incremental fetching.

    New Features

    New type of sharing buckets

    • From now on, you can share buckets to specified users. Any listed project users in the organization can use the shared data bucket.

    Minor Improvements

    • Increased speed of name, description and metadata editing in components.
    • Latest Activity shown on the Dashboard also for configurations. We also added grouping by events.
    • Added button for creating a bucket and file in the Storage console.
    • Tables can no longer be created as direct text input. 
    • Redesigned error display for jobs; now errors have their own box and details can be shown in the modal window.
    • Orchestration detail now shows the trendline for previous jobs.
    • Already seen last time was added to Dashboard Latest Activity.

    tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1487766 2019-12-11T10:41:29Z 2019-12-11T11:03:18Z Slow jobs in EU region

    We are experiencing snowflake jobs being processed too slow in EU region. We keep on investigating the issue.

    UPDATE Dec 11, 10:57 AM (UTC) - We increased computing power of our Snowflake warehouse and there should be no slow jobs for now, furthermore we keep on monitoring the jobs and investigating the root cause.

    tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1487759 2019-12-11T10:13:58Z 2019-12-11T10:33:06Z Gooddata Writer/Extractor failures in US region

    We are experiencing failures of GoodData writer and extractor configurations that use Keboola provisioned projects in US region. We have identified the root cause and are working on fix it asap.

    UPDATE Dec 11, 10:30 AM (UTC): We have fixed the problem and everything is now working properly. Moreover we found out that regarding GoodData writer, the failure happened only for the Keboola provisioned projects created between Dec 10, 20:00 and Dec 11, 10:15 (UTC).

    tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1483302 2019-12-03T11:00:03Z 2019-12-03T11:00:04Z Week in Review — December 3, 2019

    New Components

    AppsFlyer Extractor

    • We’re happy to welcome the AppsFlyer Extractor to the family!

    • AppsFlyer is the market leader in mobile advertising attribution and analytics, helping marketers to pinpoint their targeting, optimize their ad spend, and boost ROI.

    • This component was developed by KDS Team.

    DynamoDB Writer

    • Another great addition to our component collection is DynamoDB Writer!

    • This component lets you write data from our Storage into AWS' DynamoDB, which is a key-value, document-based database. It's fully managed, multiregion, multimaster, durable with built-in security, backup and restore, and in-memory caching for internet-scale applications.

    • This component was developed by KDS Team.

    CSV to XLSX Processor

    • Highly demanded utility to convert data in CSV format to XLSX is here!

    • This component was also developed by KDS Team.

    Updated Components

    AWS S3 Extractor

    • Uses parallel download and it's more than 20 times faster!

    Snowflake Extractor

    • Supports incremental load.

    • Supports config rows.

    Oracle Extractor

    • Supports incremental load.

    • Supports configuration rows.

    • Implemented retry mechanism for all types of queries

    Redshift Extractor

    • Supports incremental load.

    MySQL Extractor

    • Implemented retry mechanism for all types of queries

    PostgreSQL Extractor

    • Added support for PostgreSQL Server v12



    • Transformations are collapsed by default.

    Data Catalog

    • Improved "empty" page

    • Type of sharing is now shown and will be improved further. 

    • Improved “initial" modal

    • Bucket description is shown where applicable. 


    • When creating an alias table, you can now filter data by the EMPTY_STRING or SPACE characters.


    • Fixed a bug in the Darksky extractor date conversion. The bug caused dates in the date column for places in UTC+ timezones to be one day less than the actual forecast date.


    Miroslav Čillík
    tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1481201 2019-11-23T14:40:20Z 2019-11-24T13:42:46Z GoodData writer failures (US region)

    We have encountered a small number of failed jobs in US region between 4:46 AM - 9:17 AM UTC.

    Affected jobs finished with Application Error caused by invalid SSL connection to GoodData and we're investigating the issue.

    UPDATE Nov 24, 1:42 PM (UTC) - Only projects having custom GoodData domains was affected by this issue. Problem was with validation of a renewed SSL certificate. The fix is deploying right now.

    Erik Žigo
    tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1480373 2019-11-21T16:23:52Z 2019-11-22T11:00:42Z Job termination issue

    We are investigating job termination issues for some components. After termination request is accepted jobs remain in terminating state until finished. 

    UPDATE Nov 22, 9:28 AM (UTC) - We have identified the root cause and prepared the fix which should be released in few hours. Only minority of jobs termination was affected by this issue.

    UPDATE Nov 22, 10:49 AM (UTC) - The fix was deployed and job termination is fully functional again for all jobs.

    tag:status.keboola.com,2013:Post/1476711 2019-11-12T08:30:31Z 2019-11-12T09:38:07Z AWS performance issues in EU region

    Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud is facing increased network connectivity errors to instances, hence the performance of Keboola Connection in EU region is impacted. As a consequence connection to Snowflake and creation of Jupyter/R sanboxes fails, most of the jobs are slow or stalled.

    UPDATE Nov 12, 8:39 AM (UTC) Amazon have identified the root cause and are working to resolve the issue.

    UPDATE Nov 12, 9:10 AM (UTC) Amazon has restored most of the network connectivity to impacted instances and is completing recovery for the remaining connectivity errors. However the performance of Keboola Connection remains impacted.

    UPDATE Nov 12, 9:36 AM (UTC) Keboola Connection is back to operational state, however some jobs might not start immediately due to queuing with the many recently triggered jobs.