Great news. The Palo ETL Client now has a GUI. Developed by Tensegrity it uses GWT and runs in your browser.
Things are looking up on the palo front. I don’t know if they have updated the old web client allowing for the creation of subsets in the browser but either way this is good news.
Update – I’ve just started the demo and realised that this isn’t complete and is at the moment a demo. Still it will be cool to be able to ETL routines in a browser and them executed on a backend server.
In that respect it’s a big like snaplogic. Except snaplogic uses flash for it’s GUI and python as the ETL engine.