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A JSON data transporter

Project Description

Overview

tport is a simple command line tool written in Python for all your JSON transporting needs. Tools currently supported:

  • Amazon S3
  • Elastic Search
  • Kafka
  • MongoDB
  • HBase

Quickstart

  1. pip install json-transporter
  2. Add your specific connections to a .tport file in your home directory. For example,
[elasticsearch]
host = http://myescluster.com:9200
ssl = false

[kafka]
host = http://mykafkabroker.com:9092

[s3]
access_key = youraccesskey
secret_key = yoursecretkey
  1. To view command line usage just type tport --help

Configuration

If tport does not find the relevant settings on the command line or the .tport file, it will resort to the default settings for each tools. For example,

  • localhost:9200 –> Elastic search
  • localhost:9092 –> Kafka

Connection settings such as the host and db can also be specified on the command line. Anything specified on the command line will have presedence over settings in files. Order of precedence:

  1. command line
  2. .tport
  3. defaults
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