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Month: February 2016

Talend and Google Services Components: 9 Possibilities to Explore

Tags: google services, custom components, talend exchange,   My first blog post is on a topic which connects me to Talend in a special way – custom components. The open source nature and concept of custom components are a chance – especially for consultants/developers like me – to open spaces and make Talend a solution […]







JAX-RS 2.1 Specification Work Has Started

A Talend Community Coders post brought to you by: Sergey Beryozkin JAX-RS 2.1 specification work has finally started after a rather quiet year and this is a good news for JAX-RS users at large and CXF JAX-RS users in particular. JAX-RS 2.1 is entirely Java 8 based and a number of new enhancements are on […]







Delivering Data “As You Like It” with Self-Service

This article was originally published on the O’Reilly Media Ideas Blog When organizations seek the benefits of a data-driven culture, they require more efficient approaches to uncovering answers and insights. Self-service analytics can help address that need for speedy understanding. Self-service analytics provides data access to more people within a company—along with the autonomy to […]







Big Data & Logistics: 7 Current Trends to Watch

“Hey ‘Big Data’ is just a big fuzzy word for me” quoted a Vice President of an Innovation Center at a big logistic company back in early 2015. Just one year later, he not only has to admit that ‘Big Data’ is the next big revolution, but has already applied big data technology to dramatic […]







Step-by-Step: Constructing a Job in Talend Open Studio

Tags: data integration, step-by-step, tech team,   Did you know a commercial airplane generates on average 500 GB of data per hour when flying? Taking into account the number of hours an airplane can fly per day and the flights operated on a daily basis, this creates huge volumes of data that need to be […]







Good News Marketeers! Your Day Job Just Got a WHOLE lot Easier

Picture this: You just got back from a week in Vegas staffing yet another industry tradeshow. You’re exhausted, completely backlogged on email and other projects, and you have boatloads of new leads that need to be validated and entered into the CRM system…. You stare at that gigantic excel spreadsheet of names and think, “This […]







Clean and Actionable Data 1 Click away

Self-service data preparation, which we define as empowering business users and analysts to prepare data for themselves prior to analysis, is often cited as the next big thing. In fact, Gartner predicts that “by 2017 most business users and analysts in organizations will have access to self-service tools to prepare data for analysis”. To me, this […]







Big Data and the Big Game: Super Bowl 50

It’s almost time for the big game–the one and only, Super Bowl—and this year promises to be even bigger and better than ever. Super Bowl 50 takes place Feb. 7, 2016, at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, where 75,000 people are expected to cram in for the game. But even more than that number […]