Talend MDM Platform provides a comprehensive set of functions for enterprise-scale master data management. It delivers end-to-end functionality for integration and data quality, both for managing enterprise data and for working collaboratively on this data.

This course covers the basics of data modeling, which is the first stage of development in an MDM implementation. It includes an overview of the different types of data modeling, and you do exercises to become efficient using Talend MDM data modeling tools. You also learn about data modeling best practices.

Durata 2 days (14 hours)
Target Anyone who wants to use Talend Studio for MDM to control data quality through master records
Prerequisiti Completion of Talend Data Integration Basics; completion of Talend Data Integration Advanced, Talend Data Quality Essentials, or Talend ESB Basics is recommended
Obiettivi del corso

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Use Talend MDM to model data through relational and hierarchical approaches
  • Create validation rules
  • Deploy a model to the MDM server
  • Use the Talend MDM web interface to manage users and data
  • Optimize visualization of the model in the Talend MDM web user interface
Agenda del corso

MDM Basics in context

  • Concepts and purpose

Getting started with Talend MDM

  • Introduction to business use case
  • Exploring data modeling approaches
  • Creating a new data model
  • Creating data elements

Data types and foreign keys

  • Working with simple data types
  • Creating relationships between entities
  • Defining complex data types
  • Adding business rules


  • Preparing for deployment
  • Deploying and populating a model
  • Exploring the MDM web UI

Model changes

  • Assessing the impact on the MDM hub
  • Backing up and restoring data

Security management

  • Defining a new role and user
  • Setting up additional security
  • Exploring permissions


  • Optimizing views
  • Filtering records with views

Display properties

  • Enhancing display properties
  • Displaying foreign keys
  • Hiding fields

System objects

  • Auditing changes to master data
  • Monitoring roles and users