Deliver agile real-time integration of applications
Meet the demand for faster, more agile integration.
When departments choose their own applications, silos form and customer service, order fulfillment, and business decision-making suffer. Using Talend’s open source architecture based on Apache Camel, CXF, and ActiveMQ, you can create and connect SOAP and REST services across all your applications, and mediate service interactions. Easily share information in real-time with Talend’s 900+ components and connectors.
Pulling together a single view of data from databases, data warehouses and flat files spread across departments can be extremely time-consuming. With Talend, you can build a virtual data layer on top of disparate silos to integrate data in real-time and enforce stringent data quality rules with a SOA-based architecture. Developers can publish web services, data services, and messaging routes—all from a single user interface.
Tightly-coupled, point-to-point integration workflows require significant coding to add new applications and services or update existing systems, leaving less time to respond to new business requests. Based on high-speed and reliable messaging, Talend ESB decouples application logic from an integration workflow by building an agile layer of loosely coupled services with guaranteed message delivery for mission critical environments.
Stefan Rahner, Head of Software Development, Popken Fashion Group
As a fashion retailer, we must sell every article of clothing possible. Talend enables us to react rapidly to changing market conditions. We need it in order to survive.
Conroy Mallen, Architect at Hermes
With 335 million parcels delivered a year, Talend and Datalytyx are helping us offer more personalized services in the face of ever-increasing competition in a growing, high volume market.
Emmanuel Yon, CIO, Keolis
With Talend, Keolis is able to offer smart services by bringing together the three basic steps in a traveler’s trip: finding the right routes, buying tickets and validating them.