Talend Rolls Out Data Fabric Platform Update


Talend announced a major update to Talend Data Fabric, a unified data platform for data integration across complex, multi-cloud, & on-premises environments.

Talend, a cloud data integration solutions company, announced a major update to Talend Data Fabric, the company’s unified data platform for data integration across complex, multi-cloud, and on-premises environments.

According to a statement issued by the company, Talend’s Fall 2018 release delivers insight-ready data at scale, with new features including Data Catalog, which creates a single source of trusted data, and Cloud API Services, which speeds access to standardized data for building data-as-a-service applications.

See also: 5 tips to keep from getting trapped in the cloud

Talend’s new release also accelerates the process of running machine learning algorithms at scale, with extended serverless big data support.

“For businesses to survive and succeed in this ever-evolving, expanding and complex data landscape, there is a need to optimally automate every step of the data value chain and enable self-service for more data consumers,” said Ciaran Dynes, SVP of Products at Talend. “With this release, Talend helps enterprises dramatically improve how they can organize, process, and share data, which in turn enables organizations to collaborate and innovate on insight-ready data at scale.”

As part of the new Talend Data Fabric, Talend added an API delivery platform enabling data-driven businesses to simplify data access. Talend Cloud API Services provides full API development lifecycle support from design, to test and deployment. This enables significant time savings in building and maintaining APIs.

The Fall 2018 update to the Talend Data Fabric will be available in November for free to customers with up-to-date paid subscriptions. Additionally, a webinar detailing the Fall 2018 update will take place on Nov. 8. Register here to join.

Bernice Landry

About Bernice Landry

Bernice is an international award-winning journalist and broadcaster. She has been a foreign correspondent for The Economist Group in Eastern Europe, an editor in New York's financial district, and a contributor to the Toronto Star, the CBC and others. Her two-hour documentary series, "The Dark End of the Spectrum" won a New York Festivals World Medal Award.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *