Month: March 2019

Data Matching and Combinations Using Large Data Sets

When doing data matching with large sets of data, consideration should be given to the combinations that can be generated, and it’s associated effects on performance. This has an effect when using Talend’s Data Integration Matching and Data Quality components. Matching routines do not scale in a linear fashion.   For those that have read […]


How Kent State University is streamlining processes for recruiting and admitting students

Kent State University is a public research university located in Kent, Ohio, with an enrollment of nearly 41,000 students.  Success in recruiting qualified students in sufficient numbers is the lifeblood of any university. In its efforts to aggregate data related to admissions, Kent State found itself dealing with a “spaghetti mess”, further complicated by its […]


Microsoft Azure & Talend : 3 Real-World Architectures

We know that data is a key driver of success in today data-driven world. Often, companies struggle to efficiently integrate and process enterprise data for fast and reliable analytics, due to reliance on legacy ETL solutions and data silos. To solve this problem, companies are adopting cloud platforms like Microsoft Azure to modernize their IT […]


All the Ways to Connect Your Azure SQL Data Warehouse with Talend

Azure SQL Data Warehouse (DW) has quickly become one of the most important elements of the Azure Data Services landscape. Customers are flocking to Azure SQL DW to take advantage of its rich functionality, broad availability and ease-of-use. As a result, Talend’s world-class capabilities in data integration, data quality and preparation, and data governance are […]


6 Dos and Don’ts of Data Governance – Part 2

In my last post, I gave you the first six Do’s and Don’ts of Data Governance and promised to bring together an additional six to consider when making a data governance plan for your organization.  Here are six more dos and don’ts when building your data governance framework. Do: Consider the cloud on your route […]