Month: January 2018

Apache Beam in 2017: Use Cases, Progress and Continued Innovation

This blog was originally published by Anand Iyer & Jean-Baptiste Onofré [@jbonofre] on the Apache Beam blog.  On January 10, 2017, Apache Beam (Beam) got promoted as a Top-Level Apache Software Foundation project. It was an important milestone that validated the value of the project, legitimacy of its community, and heralded its growing adoption. In the past year, Apache […]


2 Key Takeaways from the 2017 Gartner Market Guide for Data Preparation

The recently released 2017 Gartner Market Guide for Data Preparation ([1]) estimates that Data Preparation is well on its way to a $1B market, quickly growing from around $780M in 2016. The analyst firm’s Market Guide series is meant to cover new and emerging areas where software products and organizational requirements are still being defined for what Gartner would […]


Talend Integration Cloud 101 – SDLC and Code Promotion Pipeline

Talend Integration Cloud puts powerful graphical tools, prebuilt integration templates, and 900+ connectors and components at your fingertips to connect databases, big data sources, on-premises, and cloud applications. This enables faster design of cloud-to-cloud and hybrid integration workflows in Talend Studio and the ability to publish them to a fully managed cloud. Once a connection […]


Successful Methodologies with Talend

  For those who are familiar with my previous Talend blogs perhaps you’ve noticed that I like to talk about building better solutions through design patterns and best practices.  My blogs also tend to be a bit long.  Yet you read them; many thanks for that!  This blog is going to focus on methodologies as […]