This tutorial will teach you how to ingest data in to Wendelin platform using ebulk.
In order to do so you must have already a Wendelin instance ready and know its URL and username / password to access.
There is no need of additional configuration at Wendelin side as it comes already pre configured.
You can read wendelin-HowTo.Install.Wendelin.Standalone to know how to install Wendelin.
Please note that during installation you should have checked to install the proposed data lake functionality!
root@debian: ~$ add-apt-repository ppa:rporchetto/ebulk-ppa
root@debian: ~$ apt-get update
root@debian: ~$ apt-get install ebulk
Ebulk tool is a wrapper for Embulk, an open-source bulk data loader that helps data transfer between various databases, storages, file formats, and cloud services. It supports any kind of input file formats, parallel and distributed execution to deal with big data sets, transaction control to guarantee All-or-Nothing file transfer, and operation resuming.
Ebulk is as easy as git to use, allowing the big data transfering to be done by using very few commands.
Follow the command mentioned above to install it.
More information about Ebulk can be found here.
Configure ebulk client
ivan@debian: ~$ ebulk set-data-lake-url
ivan@debian: ~$ ebulk store-credentials
Before this step you need to be aware of your Wendelin's instance URL, username and password.
 If you installed wendelin following HowTo Install Wendelin Standalone tutorial then the url will be in following format: https://<ip_v4>/erp5
 Otherwise, if you followed HowTo Install Wendelin on Webrunner tutorial, the url will be something like this: https://softinstXXXXX.host.vifib.net/erp5/
Similarly for username and password:
If you installed wendelin using  you can find you username and password by using erp5-show -s command.
If you used  way, this information you can find in webrunner in Connection Information section.
Example Data Set
If you want to upload data to wendelin but don't have proper test data set you can download one from here or using wget command
After downloading test data set unzip it.
ivan@debian: ~$ ebulk init <Your_BIG_Data_Set>
ivan@debian: ~$ ebulk push <Your_BIG_Data_Set>
The first step will prepare internally your folder with ebulk's metadata files inside.
Then actually push data to wendelin.
If you installed wendelin following HowTo Install Wendelin Standalone tutorial with "data lake" funtionality selected for installation a default data lake website user interface will be available under this URL
Otherwise, if you followed HowTo Install Wendelin on Webrunner tutorial, the url will be something like this
Click on Data Sets on the left side panel. Your newly uploaded data set should be there.