Today during Microsoft Build 2019, we announced that Talend Cloud, our Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS), would soon be available on Microsoft Azure starting in Q3 2019. For those who have selected Azure as their cloud platform of choice, Talend Cloud running natively on Azure will provide enhanced connectivity options for modern data integration needs as well as better performance.
Cloud services are already (or will soon be) a critical piece to every organization’s digital business strategy. By moving towards the cloud, companies are already reaping the benefits such as speed of provisioning, time to market, flexibility and agility, instant scalability, reduced overall IT and business costs, to name a few. Making the cloud data migration and integration experience simple is key to delivering trusted data at speed.
Let’s dive into a few more benefits of Talend Cloud on Microsoft Azure.
Accelerating Cloud Migration
Before we talk about building end-to-end integration, let’s first talk about getting your data to the cloud. Data migration into the cloud is perhaps one of the bigger hurdles to cloud adoption. If you’ve selected Azure as your cloud of choice, having a scalable iPaaS running on Azure is a must to get data into your cloud and start maximizing your investment quickly.
End-to-End Integration on Azure Cloud
What’s Talend Cloud running natively on Azure mean for you? Put simply, a faster and easier integration experience. Whether you are loading data into SQL Data Warehouse or running it through HD Insight, Talend Cloud can help you create an end-to-end data experience, faster by running natively on Azure.
Faster Time to Analytics and Business Transformation
Customers who use Talend Cloud services natively on Azure will experience faster extract, transform and load times regardless of the data volume. Additionally, it will boost performance for customers using Azure services such as Azure SQL Data Warehouse, Azure Data Lake Store, Cosmos DB, HD Insight, Azure Databricks and more.
Reduced Compliance and Operational Risks
Because the new data infrastructure offers an instance of Talend Cloud that is deployed on Azure, companies can maintain higher standards regarding their data stewardship, data privacy, and operational best practices.
- If you are a Talend customer, keep an eye out for the announcement of the general availability date of Talend Cloud on Azure in Q3 2019.
- Not a current Talend Cloud customer? Test drive Talend Cloud free of charge or learn how Talend Cloud can help you connect your data from 900+ data sources to deliver big data cloud analytics instantly.
- See three real-world use cases (data architectures included) of companies using Talend Cloud and Azure today by downloading this white paper.