Talend Open Studio Cookbook : Over 100 recipes to help you master Talend Open studio and become a more effective data integration developer (Paperback)
Data integration is a key component of an organization’s technical strategy, yet historically the tools have been very expensive. Talend Open Studio is the world’s leading open source data integration product and has played a huge part in making open source data integration a popular choice for businesses worldwide.
This book is a welcome addition to the small but growing library of Talend Open Studio resources. From working with schemas to creating and validating test data, to scheduling your Talend code, you will get acquainted with the various Talend database handling techniques. Each recipe is designed to provide the key learning point in a short, simple and effective manner.
This comprehensive guide provides practical exercises that cover all areas of the Talend development lifecycle including development, testing, debugging and deployment. The book delivers design patterns, hints, tips, and advice in a series of short and focused exercises that can be approached as a reference for more seasoned developers or as a series of useful learning tutorials for the beginner.
About the Author
Rick Barton is a freelance consultant who has specialized in data integration and ETL for the last 13 years as part of an IT career spanning over 25 years. After gaining a degree in Computer Systems from Cardiff University, he began his career as a fi rmware programmer before moving into Mainframe data processing and then into ETL tools in 1999. He has provided technical consultancy to some of the UK's largest companies, including banks and telecommunications companies, and was a founding partner of a "Big Data" integration consultancy. Four years ago he moved back into freelance development and has been working almost exclusively with Talend Open Studio and Talend Integration Suite, on multiple projects, of various sizes, in UK. It is on these projects that he has learned many of the lessons that can be found in this, his fi rst book.
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