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Talend Data Integration Administration

This course is designed for systems administrators in charge of installation and maintenance of Talend solutions. It focuses on features designed to support enterprise-level integrations in which performance and Job deployment can be more intricate due to complexities associated with multiple users and disparate systems, platforms, and protocols.

Duration Half day (4 hours)
Target audience Anyone responsible for the operation, deployment, or maintenance of Talend Jobs
Prerequisites Basic knowledge of networking and systems architecture
Course objectives
After completing this course, you will be able to:
  • Describe the Talend DI Server architecture
  • Configure Talend Administration Center (TAC)
  • Create projects and users
  • Manage SVN branches
  • Build, deploy, and run a task
  • Configure and use Activity Monitoring Console (AMC)
  • Configure and use Talend Log Server
Course agenda

Introduction to Talend Data Integration Server

  • Exploring Talend Studio
  • Configuring Talend repositories
  • Understanding the purpose of Talend Administration Center (TAC)
  • Discovering Talend Job Server
  • Managing the server with Talend logging systems

Talend Administration Center

  • Configuring SVN
  • Congifuring the TAC database
  • Connecting Talend Administration Center
  • Configuring Talend Administration Center
  • Creating projects
  • Preparing for disaster recovery and restoring a repository

Talend Studio

  • Configuring a Studio connection
  • Configuring Nexus access in Studio
  • Branching

Deploying Jobs

  • Configuring JobServer
  • Deploying from a compiled file
  • Deploying Jobs from Nexus
  • Publishing artifacts from TAC
  • Scheduling task execution
  • Using execution plans

Monitoring the system

  • Configuring AMC
  • Monitoring with AMC
  • Configuring Talend Log Server
  • Monitoring using Talend Log Server