Talend in the News
Disponibile la versione Winter ’17, che introduce la data preparation e il supporto nativo di Spark 2.0. In forte espansione la filiale italiana della società.
La digital transformation applicata ai big data è al centro dell’offerta della società, che punta sempre più sulla qualità del dato, vero fattore differenziante nella corretta gestione dei data lake.
Nuovo anno e nuova versione per la piattaforma di data integration Talend Data Fabric
Talend is releasing the Winter ’17 version of Talend Data Fabric, focusing on enhancing several different areas including data preparation, data cleansing, and self-service data stewardship.
Talend, the big data integration vendor that went public last July, announced its winter release today with new tools to help automate data preparation, a sticky problem for enterprise customers.
“Is it just us or has all data gone real-time overnight?” That question was asked – and answered – by Ciaran Dynes, VP products and marketing, Talend during an interview with DataIQ in London late last year. It reflects a rapidly changing market for the company’s ETL services which are increasingly being used to manage […]
Talend Inc. is joining the parade of data integration suppliers that are courting their own users as data stewards.
As part of its project to migrate its information system to the AWS Cloud, Veolia turned to Talend for the transit of its inter-application flows.
The world increasingly runs on data, and that data is only expanding. Like the blob, it gets everywhere: storage systems, databases, document repositories.
Discover how Springg, a Dutch software company, and Talend helps farmers to produce more crops.
Mike Tuchen, Talend CEO, talks about Talend's IPO and the recovery positive signs in the stock market.
Air France-KLM, Talend customer, created a 360-degree view of its customers for a better travel experience.
Trying to feed the world is no easy feat. Springg IT-platform, is doing its part by making it possible to provide fertilizer advice to farmers in the most remote regions of the globe.
"Clean" Data in Demand, Trump a Tech "Unknown" says Talend CEO