Month: September 2018

Making the Bet on Open Source

Today, Docker or Kubernetes are obvious choices. But, back in 2015, these technologies were just emerging and hoping for massive adoption. How do tech companies make the right open source technology choices early? As a CTO today, if you received an email from your head of Engineering saying, “Can we say that Docker is Enterprise […]


From Dust to Trust: How to Make Your Salesforce Data Better

Salesforce is like a goldmine. You own it but it’s up to you to extract gold out of it. Sound complicated? With Dreamforce in full swing, we are reminded that trusted data is the key to success for any organization. According to a Salesforce survey, “68% of sales professionals say it is absolutely critical or very […]


Overview: Talend Server Applications with Docker

Talend & Docker Since the release of Talend 7, a major update in our software, users have been given the ability to build a complete integration flow in a CI/CD pipeline which allows to build Docker images. For more on this feature, I invite you to read the blog written by Thibault Gourdel on Going […]


Why Organizations Are Choosing Talend vs Informatica

Data has the power to transform businesses in every industry from finance to retail to healthcare. 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created every day, and the volume of data is doubling each year. The low cost of sensors, ubiquitous networking, cheap processing in the cloud, and dynamic computing resources are not only increasing the […]


The Big Data Debate: Batch vs. Streaming Processing

While data is the new currency in today’s digital economy, it’s still a struggle to keep pace with the changes in enterprise data and the growing business demands for information. That’s why companies are liberating data from legacy infrastructures by moving over to the cloud to scale data-driven decision making. This ensures that their precious […]


Serverless: A Game Changer for Data Integration

The concept of cloud computing has been around for years, but cloud services truly became democratized with the advent of virtual machines and the launch of Amazon Elastic Compute in 2006. Following Amazon, Google launched Google App Engine in 2008, and then Microsoft launched Azure in 2010. At first, cloud computing offerings were not all […]


How to Spot a DevOps Faker: 5 Questions, 5 Answers

With the rapid growth of DevOps teams and jobs, it follows that there are candidates out there who are inflating–or flat-out faking–their relevant skills and experience. We sat down with Nick Piette, Director of Product Marketing API Integration Products here at Talend to get the inside scoop on how to spot the DevOps fakers in […]