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Talend Cloud Now Available on Microsoft Azure

Talend’s native integration with embedded data quality accelerates time to business insights Redwood City, Calif. - October 10, 2019 - Talend, a global leader in cloud data integration and data integrity, today announced Talend Cloud is now available on Microsoft Azure, offering a secure and scalable Integration Platform-as-a-Service for collecting, transforming and cleaning data. With embedded data quality and native integration performance, Talend Cloud on Microsoft Azure delivers the trusted data companies need to make real-time business decisions, accelerate advanced analytics, and meet regulatory compliance requirements. “As an energy company focused on a cloud-first strategy, we rely on data to optimize where we route natural gas and ensure that we are operating at maximum efficiency. Talend Cloud on Microsoft Azure provides a unified cloud development environment on a familiar integration interface with little to no learning curve,” says Matthew Scardino, data solution architect at DCP Midstream, a Fortune 500 company. “We’ve successfully ramped 20 data engineers in the new cloud environment with ease. This is truly a standout product offering.” Talend Cloud is easy-to-use and optimized for Azure and also provides support for multi-cloud and hybrid environments for maximum flexibility.  For organizations, this creates an easier and faster implementation cycle and increases performance and efficiency for data integration.  As more data is ingested and analyzed in the cloud, Talend Cloud on Azure helps organizations segment customers, operationalize data science algorithms, and integrate historical and streaming data to respond in real-time to business opportunities and threats. Talend Cloud on Azure supports capabilities such as: Broad connectivity for on-prem, cloud, hybrid, and multi-cloud environments and support for Azure SQL Data Warehouse, Azure Databricks, Azure Data Lake Store, Azure HDInsight, and many more to take advantage of optimal performance and scale Built-in pervasive data quality to ensure trusted data and regulatory compliance Integration with Azure DevOps and support for CI/CD and serverless for easier scale and improved productivity Governed self-service apps, such as Pipeline Designer, Data Preparation*, Data Stewardship*, to democratize data and facilitate transition to cloud for data-driven organizations Predictable pricing (user-based) with pay-as-you-go options “Our strong relationship with Microsoft on Analytics and Azure led to combining our technologies to provide an easier, faster, and seamless experience for companies that want to accelerate their cloud data warehousing and advanced analytics projects,” says Ciaran Dynes, senior vice president of product at Talend. “We’ve built Talend Cloud on Microsoft Azure to meet growing demand from companies wanting to process data faster for better insight and customer experiences, using the same budget and skill sets. We are thrilled to work closely with the Azure team to make this offering possible.” John “JG” Chirapurath, Azure Data and AI, Microsoft Corp. added, “Addressing an increasingly complex data landscape, Talend’s offering of built-in data quality, native code generation, and self-service capabilities are a natural fit with our customers’ needs. The ability to deliver a single source of trustworthy data for our customers across a range of industries, including retail and pharmaceutical, is invaluable.” For more information or to start using Talend Cloud on Microsoft Azure register for the live webinar on October 30 here. *Expected to be available by end of year
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Talend Automates Snowflake Cloud Data Warehouse Migrations to Achieve Faster Time to Value

Comprehensive migration offering enables organizations to meet real-time business needs and easily share data across business units, partners, and geographies Redwood City, Calif. - October 1, 2019 - Talend, a global leader in cloud data integration and data integrity, today announced automated migration from any on-premise and legacy data warehouse and ETL environment to Snowflake, the data warehouse built for the cloud, and Talend Cloud data integration platform. This comprehensive offering is designed to help companies quickly migrate to a cloud data warehouse, meeting real-time business requirements and enabling easy sharing of critical data across disparate business units, partners, and geographies while maintaining a single source of trusted data for analytics. Many organizations have incurred significant technical debt with their current on-premise data warehouse architectures and continue to bear increased costs when adding more users, data, and use cases. As these legacy environments make it very expensive to scale, organizations are increasingly looking to move their data warehouses to the cloud. Talend, utilizing BladeBridge converter technology, makes the process of migrating to Snowflake easier by automating the migration of data along with ETL scripts, databases, tables, views, stored procedures, and functions from on-premise databases and ETL products. “As our customers look to modernize their data analytics, they want to ensure a successful cloud migration strategy across multiple clouds with minimal disruption. With the help of Talend and Snowflake, these customers now have an industry-leading automated approach compared to a manual migration effort,” says Colleen Kapase, VP of partner and alliances at Snowflake.  “Customers can now complete complex migration projects for data integration and analytics enabling greater collaboration between IT and business teams.” Key features include: Integration of structured and unstructured data, along with batch and real-time streaming, provides agility to address virtually any data management requirements Easy to migrate from virtually any legacy on-premise data integration environment. Ability to easily segment data into virtual data marts Self-service tools for further data preparation, data integration, and data quality Automation capabilities Automates conversion database schema including tables, views, stored procedures, and user-defined functions Automates conversion of ETL to modern cloud-based environment ETL Capabilities: Scale up and down on demand ETL and data warehouse Migrate both ETL and data warehouse to the cloud Simplified administration of ETL and data warehouse “In the past, migration costs for data warehouses have prohibited many organizations from considering cloud data warehouse options. Now, we have an automated solution that will migrate legacy environments to Snowflake without breaking customers’ budgets,” says Michael Pickett, SVP business development at Talend. “We are committed to helping all of our customers navigate the cloud data integration space and couldn’t be more thrilled to offer this program.  Furthermore, this conversion offering is available to all system integration partners making it accessible to their clients.” For more information or to get started with an automated cloud data warehouse migration project using Talend, Snowflake, and BladeBridge register to attend one of the Snowflake World Tour event locations here or request an overview here.
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ALDO Group Selects Talend to Engage Millennials Across Channels

Cloud data integration leader enables major footwear brand to build centralized Amazon Web Services data lake to quickly generate consumer insights and programs Redwood City, Calif. - September 24, 2019 - Talend, a global leader in cloud data integration and data integrity, today announced that the ALDO Group, a world-leading creator and operator of footwear and accessory brands, has deployed a cloud data lake using Talend Data Fabric to create a personalized marketing experience for its growing millennial customer base. Talend enables the ALDO Group to integrate a broad range of data sources into an Amazon Web Services (AWS) data lake, generating immediate insight to help its customer relationship management (CRM) and marketing teams to deliver a compelling customer journey experience. “We realized quickly that the millennial generation was driving most of our global sales, presenting a new business challenge for us,” says Zaher Hazim, senior director, IT architecture, integration and cyber security at the ALDO Group. “Traditional sales took place at retail stores or on our e-commerce site, but more recently, social media has become the most popular. We chose Talend Data Fabric to help us build a strong consumer experience across all our channels. Talend has been able to help us reveal and act on insight to reach and retain a loyal customer base.” Data at millennial speed The global retailer devised a data strategy that relies on three dimensions: consumer profile, transactional data, and consumer interactions and events across all channels and media. With 3,000 points of sale in over 100 countries around the world, the ALDO Group wanted to understand its customer base better. The decision to move to the cloud was mainly driven by the need to know who its customers are, how they interact with ALDO brands and vehicles, whether they are loyal, and what they like and dislike. The ALDO Group deployed its cloud data lake using Talend and a variety of services from AWS. Once raw data is collected in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) buckets, ALDO uses algorithms to link consumer profiles to transactions and interactions across all channels. The platform then provides the CRM team with the insight it needs to deliver a more personalized customer journey through data discovery, recency, frequency, monetary analysis, and customer segmentation activities aimed at creating loyalty across all channels. “Talend has been working closely with the ALDO Group for several years, and we are happy to have been selected to help implement their first steps to a successful cloud journey, says Ciaran Dynes, SVP of product at Talend. “By leveraging AWS, Talend allows for personalized campaigns that leverage customer data to drive conversations that result in repeat purchases for retailers like the ALDO Group.” To hear more about how the ALDO Group is using Talend Data Fabric and AWS data lakes to reach their growing millennial audience, tune into Talend’s sponsored speaking session at Strata Data Conference in New York on September 25 or visit www.talend.com to read the full customer use case.
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Talend Launches New Cloud Accreditation Program for Partners

Comprehensive program provides Talend customers with highly skilled experts for cloud integration projects Redwood City, Calif. - September 17, 2019 - Talend, a global leader in cloud data integration and data integrity, today announced the launch of a new partner accreditation program for its global ecosystem, which recognizes partners for their skills and capabilities to implement cloud integration projects of any scope. This accreditation showcases Talend’s commitment to a skilled partner network focused on helping customers achieve success with their cloud journey. “This new accreditation program from Talend will play an integral role in keeping us connected to a partner with the right skills to fast-track our implementation,” says Anthony DeMaio, Director of Business Intelligence at Crown Uniform. “As an example, Abilis is part of Talend’s accreditation partner program. They are great to work with, and this latest program ensures they will be best equipped to continue to help us grow our business.” Providing the resources to help partners improve their skills when working with customers on cloud implementations, the program measures completion of in-depth training, completion of successful customer projects, and demonstrated market expertise. The accreditation includes training for Talend Cloud, a unified, comprehensive, and highly scalable integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) that enables customers to collect, govern, transform, and share data. Participating partners can earn either the “trained,” “skilled,” or “expert” cloud accreditation levels, which customers can take into consideration when selecting a partner to help them achieve their business objectives. “Talend’s new accreditation program serves as a differentiator in the market for us. It will provide prospective customers with a more tailored experience and the confidence that we are the right fit,” says Dave Cook, Business Development Director at Wavicle. “We’ve just achieved 'expert' cloud accreditation level and anticipate exponential growth in customer leads through the Talend web site. We look forward to continuing this strong partnership with Talend in the years to come.” To date, a broad range of global partners have achieved Talend’s new cloud accreditation, including: Cloud Expert Level recipients: Abilis, Cimt, Cap Gemini, Datalytyx, Intodata, Keyrus, Wavicle, and Ysance; Cloud Skilled Level: Confexx, JEMS, and Synaltic; and Cloud Trained Level: Business & Decision, CGI, Edgematics, Edgedatawave, Elternativa, Quinscape, Servian, Sopra Steria, and Vo2. “We implemented this program to further invest in our partners and together drive increased customer success in a wide range of cloud integration, cloud migration, and cloud data warehouse projects. With this program, we can help our customers identify the right partners to work with on their cloud projects,” says Rolf Heimes, VP of Alliances at Talend. “This accreditation program rewards our partners with a valuable differentiator that showcases the skillset required to support any given job for our customers.” To learn more about this newly introduced cloud partner accreditation program and to see the full list of accredited partners, visit the Find a Partner page of the Talend website. If you are a partner who would like learn more about this program, contact partnerlearning@talend.com.
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Talend to Share Its Open Source Data Expertise at ApacheCon Las Vegas

Four comprehensive sessions to explore topics on Apache Spark, Apache Beam, and Apache Karaf Redwood City, Calif. - August 29, 2019 - Talend, a global leader in cloud data integration and data integrity, today announced that four open source engineers from its research and development team will be speaking at ApacheCon in Las Vegas, taking place at the Flamingo Hotel, September 9-12, 2019. Details on Talend’s featured speaker sessions: When: Wednesday, September 11 at 11:00 a.m. PT Where: Flamingo Hotel, Reno room What: Ismaēl Mejía, open source software engineer at Talend and Kyle Weaver, software engineer at Google, will present, “Portable Spark Runner: Running Beam Pipelines Written in Python and Go with Spark.” In this talk, Mejía and Weaver will introduce the portability framework and how it was adapted into an existing Spark runner translation to make the Spark runner portable. The duo will demonstrate how to execute Beam pipelines written in Python and Golang in Spark with Beam and invite attendees to try the new Spark Portable Runner. The presentation will also outline the use case of Tensorflow Extended, the end-to-end platform for data validation, and transformation and machine learning model analysis.  When: Wednesday, September 11 at 3:15 p.m. PT Where: Flamingo Hotel, Reno room What: Etienne Chauchot, senior open source software engineer at Talend will present, “The journey of building a Beam runner based on Spark structured streaming framework.” In this talk, Chauchot will discuss the ongoing work taking place to move Apache Spark to the Spark next-generation framework known as structured streaming. He will explain why structured streaming is a good fit for Apache Beam, share how Beam addresses the challenge, and reveal the range of outcomes that were discovered during the process of building on the Spark structured streaming framework. When: Wednesday, September 11 at 4:45 p.m. PT Where: Flamingo Hotel, Reno room What: Alexey Romanenko and Ismaēl Mejía, open source software engineers at Talend, will present, “Developing New IO Connectors in Apache Beam.” In this talk, Romanenko and Mejía will address one of the key components in any data processing system, IO connectors. The duo will leverage the rich API in Apache Beam to develop a new connector with popular SDKs and integrate with Beam runners. The presentation covers the advantages of modular IO API design and some new IO design patterns allowed by this style. This talk will be interesting for people who consider writing their own IO connectors or want to contribute to existing ones, as well as for Beam users who wish to understand how existing Beam connectors work under the hood. When: Thursday, September 12 at 2:00 p.m. PT Where: Flamingo Hotel, Laughlin 1 room What:  JB Onofre, fellow at Talend, will present, "Apache Karaf on Cloud, the Kloud Initiative,” which will explain how to get started with the application server. Onofre will highlight how, in combination with other Karaf subprojects (Decanter, Cave, etc.,), it provides a perfect application runtime for the cloud. This talk will show how to start and focus on business code and then generate different distribution packages, including a Docker image that is ready to run in the cloud.
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Talend Recognized as a Leader in 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools

Company’s fourth consecutive placement in Leaders quadrant based on ability to execute and completeness of vision Redwood City, Calif. - August 5, 2019 - Talend, a global leader indata integration and data integrity, today announced it has once again been named by Gartner, Inc. as a Leader in the 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools. This is the fourth consecutive time that Talend has been positioned in the Leaders quadrant based on the company’s ability to execute and completeness of vision. For a complimentary copy of Gartner’s complete report click here. According to Gartner, Inc., “The data integration tool market is resurging as new requirements for hybrid/intercloud integration, active metadata and augmented data management force a rethink of existing practices. This assessment of 16 vendors will help data and analytics leaders make the best choice for their organization.”¹ “At Talend, we pride ourselves on providing advanced solutions that immediately address modern data integration needs for projects of any scope,” said Mike Tuchen, CEO at Talend. “We consistently hear from customers that they value Talend’s unified approach to solving data integration challenges across their hybrid and multi-cloud environments.” Talend also received a November 2018 Customers’ Choice distinction for Data Integration Tools Software. In addition, Talend was included in the 2019 Gartner Peer Insights ‘Voice of the Customer’: Data Integration Tools report.² According to the report, "to qualify for the Customers’ Choice distinction, vendors must have a product that is aligned to the market, have a 4.2 overall rating or higher (out of 5 stars) and receive 50 customer reviews or more during the one-year submission period. In addition, customer reviews must be representative of a broad mix of enterprise clients." Validated Peer Insights reviews representing a broad mix of enterprise clients commented on Talend’s Data Integration Tools, including: "Extensive integration options, intuitive interfaces for configurations, robust, and stable platform. A very reasonable implementation and support experience." – CIO, Media Industry  "Perfect data integration tool to satisfy end user needs. The open source natures sets it apart from others. Easily recommended to others." – Consultant, Services Industry Only Talend offers a single suite of apps for data integration and data integrity with built-in, pervasive data quality and governance. Talend solves some of the most complex aspects of the data value chain, enabling companies to collect data across systems, govern it to ensure proper use and compliance, transform it and improve quality, and share it with internal and external stakeholders to help more users make the right decision on time, every time. ¹ Gartner, Inc. Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools, Ehtisham Zaidi, Eric Thoo, Nick Heudecker, 1 August, 2019. ² Gartner Peer Insights ‘Voice of the Customer’: Data Integration Tools, Peer Contributors, 18 January 2019 Gartner disclaimer Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner's research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice constitute the subjective opinions of individual end-user reviews, ratings, and data applied against a documented methodology; they neither represent the views of, nor constitute an endorsement by, Gartner or its affiliates.
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Talend Appoints Lauren Vaccarello as Chief Marketing Officer

Award-winning SaaS Marketing Executive to Help Fuel Continued Cloud Business Growth Redwood City, Calif. - August 1, 2019 - Talend, a global leader in cloud data integration and data integrity, today announced it has appointed Lauren Vaccarello, former vice president of marketing at Box, as chief marketing officer. Vaccarello brings significant SaaS-industry marketing experience to Talend and has a lengthy track record of accelerating revenue growth at some of Silicon Valley’s fastest-growing SaaS companies through modern digital marketing, branding, and demand generation campaigns. Her appointment comes amid rapid growth in Talend’s cloud-based business, with its SaaS offering Talend Cloud representing 36% of new ARR in Q1 2019 and growing more than 100% year-over-year for eleven consecutive quarters[1]. Vaccarello will be responsible for directing the company’s marketing organization and leading its branding efforts. “I’m delighted to have Lauren Vaccarello join Talend as CMO,” said Mike Tuchen, CEO of Talend. “Lauren is a dynamic leader with a deep understanding of the software industry and proven skills at helping SaaS organizations increase revenue and retain and grow their customer base through cutting-edge marketing techniques. We look forward to working with her as we continue our growth worldwide.” In addition to serving as vice president of marketing at Box, Vaccarello has held executive marketing roles at AdRoll and Salesforce. Regarded as an expert in B2B digital marketing, Vaccarello has written two industry-leading books, “Complete B2B Online Marketing,” and “The Retargeting Playbook.” She has also received numerous awards for her work, including “Top 50 Women in Revenue” and San Francisco Business Times’ “Most Influential Women in Business.” “Without question, data has become the most critical asset for every company,” said Vaccarello. “For data to be useful, however, it needs to be timely and it must be trusted. Ultimately, this is the value Talend integration and integrity solutions uniquely provide. I'm excited to join such a great team and to help showcase the power of Talend to a broader range of customers around the globe.” [1] First Quarter 2019 earnings results
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The University of Sydney Enhances Data Insights Capability Through Real-Time Analytics using Talend Cloud

One of the leading research universities in Australia implements a cloud-first data strategy with Talend Cloud and AWS Redwood City, CA & Sydney - July 24, 2019 - Talend, a global leader in cloud data integration and data integrity, today announced that one of Australia’s most prestigious universities, the University of Sydney, is using Talend Cloud to power its new data foundation in the cloud. Data from multiple sources converge into the University’s Modern Data Environment (MDE), which provides real-time learning analytics to understand and measure student performance and resource usage to optimize operations. The University recognized the importance of bringing together their data sources to support future decision making. As a result, its Institutional Analytics and Planning (IAP) team was tasked to build a center of excellence for data and analytics for the University. At the heart of its data-driven strategy was the need to build a more robust data foundation, the MDE, which provides the foundational technology and processes to support the University's future ambitions. “Data and advanced analytics are critical to understanding key student and university insights,” said Kubra Chambers, Director of IAP. "By using Talend, we were able to extract and load high volumes of data sources into the cloud quickly, enabling us to explore and innovate faster without significant transformation upfront.” The University built its business case for the MDE around two key use cases. The first involved providing hot data in support of real-time learning analytics for institutional and academic research projects to help the University understand and generate resources to support students and improve learning outcomes. The second use case is collaboration with the University’s Library to understand and measure student and faculty usage of resources such as online journals and databases, as well as to provide data-driven insights that can influence everything from future resources the library procures to how it engages with the wider university community. “In Australian universities, the need for robust planning and revenue management has been exacerbated in recent years by reductions in government funding,” said Steve Singer, regional vice-president Australia and New Zealand at Talend. “Data management and analysis have therefore become a major and strategic challenge for universities to develop new insights to ensure efficient operations and the optimal success of their students. We are delighted to support the University of Sydney in its development and cloud data-driven strategy.” Additional information on how the University of Sydney is using Talend can be found here. For more information on other innovative customer use cases and Talend’s entire portfolio of solutions, visit www.talend.com.
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Talend Delivers Industry’s First Easy, Pay-as-You-Go On-Ramp to Accelerate Both Simple and Comprehensive Integration Projects

Summer ’19 release of Talend Data Fabric is designed to jumpstart data integrations and provide the ability to scale rapidly in complex multi-cloud and hybrid data environments Redwood City, CA - July 16, 2019 - Talend, a global leader in cloud data integration and data integrity, today announced the Summer ’19 release of Talend Data Fabric, its end-to-end suite. The new release serves as the industry’s first easy on-ramp to accelerate the development of all types of integration environments from simple ingestion tasks to the most comprehensive integration scenarios. Summer ’19 enables companies to balance immediate business needs for initiating data projects with long-term scale requirements for integration, such as governance and cross-cloud support.  The Summer ’19 release of Talend Data Fabric enables data professionals, from citizen integrators to more technical developers, to quickly embrace data warehouse projects and easily transition to more complex and trusted multi-cloud hybrid use cases. New flexible pay-as-you-go capabilities, in-product chat, and machine learning-driven data preparation can accelerate the development of new and ongoing projects.  Data protection enhancements and scalable DevOps with improved container and automated continuous integration (CI) support ensure that Talend Data Fabric will support enterprise projects of any scale or complexity. “The cloud has changed organizations’ expectations on how easy it is to buy and use enterprise software,” said Ciaran Dynes, SVP Products, Talend. “A pay-as-you-go procurement option provides flexibility and a low-risk entry point for an integration project of any scope.” New features in Talend’s Summer ’19 release include: Jumpstart data integration projects quickly and easily Flexible, pay-as-you-go option with Pipeline Designer provides simpler billing based on how much is used to jumpstart next-generation data integration projects In-product chat provides online product support in real-time to help users resolve technical issues Scale to trusted complex integrations in cloud, hybrid and on-premises environments Intelligent data with machine-learning powered suggestions (MagicFill) Centrally managed hybrid deployments from the cloud Comprehensive support for Databricks and Microsoft Azure connectivity with Pipeline Designer provides greater options for connectivity and big data processing at scale Extended native support for Delta Lake, the open source storage layer that makes data lakes analytics-ready Address sensitive data protection needs with new reversible Format Preserving Encryption Accelerate development at scale Enhanced Docker container support for Data Services and Routes to easily scale up and down depending on business needs Enable enterprise CI automation easily using the new zero config CI plugin to automatically leverage CI/CD without any complex setup or configuration “Each company’s digital journey is unique,” Dynes continued. “The requirements for kicking off a data project are different from those that are more established. Companies can quickly get up and running with a single function solution, but ultimately it’s the integration challenge for multi-faceted, multi environments that pushes resources. Our Summer Release is at the forefront of this market dynamic with an easy to leverage unified environment that scales to help companies leverage all data, better understand it, make smarter decisions, and find greater value for their business.” The Summer release of Talend Data Fabric will be available in Q3 for cloud or on-premises. To learn more about the product update go here.
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Talend Announces Availability of Stitch Data Loader on AWS Marketplace

Broadens market reach and allows self-service access to powerful data ingestion in the cloud Redwood City, CA - July 11, 2019 - Talend, a global leader in cloud data integration and data integrity, today announced immediate availability of Stitch Data Loader on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace. As a new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) subscription offering listed on AWS Marketplace, Stitch Data Loader provides one of the easiest ways for users to get data into a fast, simple and secure cloud data warehouse like Amazon Redshift or a cloud data lake like Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). Envoy, which offers software for visitor and package management, is using Stitch and Amazon Redshift to create a central “source of truth” for its customers. According to Arvind Ramesh, data scientist at Envoy, “The combination of Stitch and Amazon Redshift gives us more time to focus on the things that matter – instead of building and maintaining custom ETL pipelines, we can focus on analysis. Stitch provides the ability to quickly replicate volumes of new data into Amazon Redshift, giving us a true performance edge for delivering insight.” With just a few clicks, companies can easily ingest data from 90+ data sources and scale with Stitch Data Loader through a frictionless, easy-to-try, easy-to-buy process. Stitch Data Loader connects to SaaS applications, databases, and cloud data sources like Google AdWords, Facebook Ads, MySQL, Postgres, Salesforce, Stripe, and more. “We are pleased to support Talend as they provide their easy-to-use data ingestion technologies like Stitch Data Loader to AWS Marketplace to provide value to customers interested in bringing multiple sources of data into their cloud data warehouse,” said Garth Fort, Director, AWS Marketplace, Amazon Web Services, Inc. “AWS Marketplace helps customers find, buy, and immediately start using the software and services they need to build products and run their businesses.” Stitch Data Loader powers data ingestion for analytics, business intelligence, machine learning, data science, and automatically scales as data volume grows with nothing to configure, deploy, or maintain.  Stitch Data Loader is a component of the Talend Data Fabric, a suite of cloud apps designed to help customers collect, govern, transform, and share data and insights. “AWS Marketplace, with its market reach and impact provides an excellent opportunity for us to expand Stitch’s footprint in the market,” said Mike Pickett, Senior Vice President of Business Development and Ecosystems at Talend.  “We look forward to our continued collaboration and providing a truly seamless experience for our customers using Stitch in an AWS environment – from frictionless procurement to immediate analytics in the cloud.” Stitch Data Loader is available now for purchase on AWS Marketplace. Learn more about how Stitch quickly and easily consolidates disparate data sources into your cloud data warehouse. 
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