Month: July 2018

5 Hidden Gems in Talend Spring ’18 (Talend 7.0)

Talend Spring ’18 (Talend 7.0) was Talend’s biggest release yet. With improvements to Cloud, big data, governance and developer productivity, Talend Spring ’18 is everything you need to manage your company’s data lifecycle. For those that missed the live webinar, you can view it here. But as highlighted in the webinar,  I realize that everyone […]


5 ways to show the true value of cloud for the UK public sector

In 2013, the UK Government announced that it had adopted a ‘Cloud First’ policy for public sector IT. The advisory policy, which asserts a commitment to adopting cloud-based IT services ahead of other solutions, was a response to a failure from the UK public sector to tap into the flexibility, efficiency, and cost savings of […]


¿Qué es gestión de datos basada en resultados?

Las empresas no ganan valor comercial simplemente reuniendo muchos datos. Ni siquiera obtienen necesariamente valor del análisis de los datos. Las verdaderas claves del éxito son elegir los datos correctos en los que enfocarse, saber qué hacer con ellos y determinar las mejores formas de aplicar análisis para resolver problemas comerciales o abordar oportunidades de […]


Conducting Effective Talend Job Design Reviews – A Primer

A common practice in any development team is to conduct code reviews, or at least it should be.  This is a process where multiple developers inspect written code and discuss its design, implementation, and structure to increase quality and accuracy.  Whether you subscribe to the notion of formal reviews or a more lightweight method (such […]


Where does GDPR sit in finance’s regulatory puzzle?

For any financial service organization, failure to comply with regulations is front page news, which can majorly impact brand reputation, customer loyalty, and the bottom line. The drive for greater transparency over customers’ finance data has led to a number of regulations and legal standards such as PSD2, Open Banking and, most recently, GDPR being […]