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Talend Introduction by TSI

  1. 1. Talend
  2. 2. Talend and Industrial TSITalend – Global leader in Open Source Integration solutions – Application Integration (SOPERA ASF) – Data Integration, Data Quality, Data managementIndustrial TSI – Services Provider for Enterprise open source solutions – Distributor of Talend Application Integration – Talend Platinum Partner • Certified Talend consultants (AI, DI, DQ, MDM) – Member of Eclipse Foundation • Premium Partner of the Eclipse Training Alliance
  3. 3. Agenda● Company History● Data Quality● Data Integration● Master Data Management● Application Integration
  4. 4. Company History Integration MDM Suite RTx Enterprise Edition Open Studio v1.0 Open Integration Profiler Suite MPx MDM Integration Data Community Suite Quality Edition Products Talend Open Studio Beta 12002 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010R&D Company Third round of financing: creation Launched US existing investors & operations Balderton Capital First round of financing: Operations AGF Private Equity & MDM acquisition Galileo Partners Closed second round Acquisition of Sopera of financing Creation of global open source leader Financing round led by Silver Lake Sumeru
  5. 5. Talend PartnersImplement Talend’s solutions § Over 200 globally § All sizes and all types of focus Global Americas Europe
  6. 6. Selected Talend CustomersFinance& InsuranceServicesManufacturing& RetailPublic Sector& Education
  7. 7. Partnerships: OEMPowered by Talend program § Embed Talend’s data integration, data quality or MDM technology § Select optimal licensing schemeThey embed Talend’s solutions (examples)
  8. 8. Partnerships: TechnologyTalend maintains alliances with major technology providers § Data sources & targets § Complementary technologiesExamples include
  9. 9. A Vibrant Community§ 11 forums, 40,000+ posts, 80+/day, 6,000+ members§ 1,000 beta testers§ Talend Exchange: 330+ components§ Talend Babili: 62,000+ strings, 15 languages Test / QA / Use Feedback DownloadCommunity Projects (examples) Code / § Excel reporting platform Components § Connectors: BIRT, Google Applications, etc. § Tools for DataStage migration: DS Audit & DS Migration available on SourceForge
  10. 10. Market Positioning Application Integration Connect applications & services MDM Reference dataData Quality managementData profiling& data cleansing Data Integration Analytics (ETL) Operational Integration Extract, Transform & Load for Data replication & synchronization, decision support systems data migration & capture, application upgrade, etc.
  11. 11. Solutions Positioning Talend ESB Enterprise Edition Talend ESB Standard Edition Deploy large-scale enterprise ESB Industrialize deployment of Apache-based ESB - Governance & security - Free, Apache License, no limitations - Advanced monitoring - Fully functional Enterprise Service Bus Talend MDM Enterprise Edition Deploy large scale MDM Talend Open Profiler - Full permissions management Identify data quality problems - Validation rules - Free, GPL, no limitations - Complex workflows - Custom indicators Talend MDM Community Edition Manage master data - Free, GPL, no limitations - Active data model - Lightweight business user UITalend Data QualityCleanse & track- Specific components Talend Unified Platform- Reports Common, unified environment- Data Quality Portal - Front end: UI (Eclipse, Web) - Back end: repository Talend LCp Talend Open Studio Talend Integration Suite Manage best practices Create data flows Deploy data integration - Testing Platform - Free, GPL, no limitations - Teamwork - Repository Manager - Unlimited data flows - Automated deployment & load balancing - Project Audit - 450+ components included - Scheduling - Monitoring
  12. 12. Talend in the IT Systems Integrate via Manage a single Web Services version of the truth Cleanse data ESB MDM HubAnalyze data New CRM  Production Budgeting Accounting Exchange data   with partners Extract, Transform and Load data External Customers, Migrate Suppliers…Sales Datamart legacy applications DWH Legacy AccountingMkt Datamart
  13. 13. Application Integration Point 2 Point Integration Can be at Data Level or at application level but the Accounting problem remain: If you change one system you’ll have to change all connection to it! Pro. - Quick implementationERP (Custom Script or Talend DI) CRM - Low level (easy) Budgeting
  14. 14. Application Integration Point 2 Point Integration Can be at Data Level or at application level but the Accounting problem remain: If you change one system you’ll have to change all connection to it! Pro. - Quick implementationERP (Custom Script or Talend DI) CRM - Low level (easy) Cons. - Not scalable - Heavy Inertia - Hard to maintain Budgeting SFDC - Hard to Monitor
  15. 15. Application Integration Integration through ESB Talend beleive that Application Integration through ESB is a must. Due to architecture constraints, On premise application… most SI ERP Budgeting CRM Accounting will rely on different Integration scheme (Point to Point, ESB, MDM) ; Talend Support all of them! Pro. - High level architecture - Easy to maintain ESB - Monitoring - Fully Scalable Cons. -Slow implementation - More dependecies (eg harder to deploy) SFDC - …Exposing an application as a service in the Bus can be done at Applicationor at Data level
  16. 16. Distributed Enterprise Service Bus Internal Accounting ERP Budgeting Partner JMS / MOM File System Centralized Administration - Hot Deployment - Multi Environment Support (Dev Test, Prod…) Enterprise Service Bus - - Real Time Monitoring Registry: - Business Information - Security (WS-*) ftp Policy with SLA CRM - http/s Pro. - Multiple & transparent transport protocol support Subsidiary - Easy to deploy SFDC - Easy to monitor - Fully scalable Cloud
  17. 17. Target Product Overview: A 3 layer strategy Talend ESB Enterprise Edition Layer 3 3 CrossSell Provide additional features: Data Integration, Support with Designer, Registry, Security, DataQuality, MDM SLA Monitoring, Deployement… & SLA Camel CXF Active MQ - Owned by Talend - Priced over #CPU (?) DI, DQ, MDM Connectors Documentation - Commercial Licence Dev. tools & Business Rules,BPM… Admin UpSell Layer 2 Talend ESB Standard Edition -Provide: one click installation, strong 2 CrossSell documentation, hook with Talend Data Integration, Support with Open Studio, Talend Open Profiler & DataQuality, MDM SLA Talend MDM Camel CXF Active MQ - Owned by Talend Doc - Free DI, DQ, MDM Connectors -Apache Licence is mandatory to « UpGive » users from layer 1 « UpGive » Apache Libraries 1 Layer 1 - Owned by Apache Karaf Camel CXF Active MQ - Roadmap will be influenced by Talend thanks to PMC & commiter hiring External - Apache Licence Customers, Suppliers…This model is near RedHats’one where Layer 1 is Linux (Core), Layer 2 is Fedora andLayer 3 is RH Enterprise Server.
  18. 18. Combining DM & ESB: unique value proposition Developer Productivity § Common GUI Data Capture: DI ERP Budgeting CRM § Code Generator Real Time (CDC) or Batch § Common Repository Data Formatting: DI Data cleansing & enrichment : DQ Data Service: CXF Quality § Flexible Integration Deployment Layer: § Leverage DQ Messaging:Active § & Extend Data Management MQESB § Common Administration / Monitoring Routing: ESB Camel Data Transformation: DI© Talend 2011 18
  19. 19. Has your application landscape evolved in an uncontrolled way? 19
  20. 20. Enterprise Integration • Unified Platform – Application Integration and Data Management • Industrial Strength and Proven • Game Changing with Talend • Strategic Opportunities • Complex Assignments
  21. 21. The platform advantages of Talend ASF  Easier to integrate with existing Reasons for Talend Open Platform heterogenous environments, flexible, ASF part of Eco-system• Get more Highly Scalable  Modular, distributed, no bottleneck projects Platform  Excellent performance• Develop your own solutions  Open Standards (WS-*, BPMN, BPEL, Committed on JBI, OSGi, SAML, LDAP, …) and De- Standards facto Standards (Java & JavaEE, Eclipse, Tomcat, Linux,...) Business  Community Edition under EPL friendly Open  Develop you own solution on top and Source license sell it (i.e. ebMS)
  22. 22. Service-oriented Architecture
  23. 23. The Gap between Business and IT Critical dependencies in current architectures A Business Business Business or IT strategies lifecycle of 1-2 years Processes Setting up new processes within 6 to 10 months  Lack of common understanding of requirements Business is a moving target, IT is hindering innovations Business Legacy J2EE CRM Application Lifecycles of 5 to 30 years Application Infrastructure must be controlled closely to guarantee IT quality of service for mission critical processes Technical Infrastructure
  24. 24. Business Capabilities A B Business Processes driven by Businessusiness Business goals; reflected in user Processes and system interactions Consumer Solution Meet Domain Service Layer Business in the Stable Business Services Communication Middle Capabilities representing the Business Identity between Business and Provider IT Application oriented silos; hard to Business Legacy ERP CRM maintain and require constant Applications modernization IT Complex technical hardware and Technical software platforms enable Infrastructure application development
  25. 25. Business and IT loosely coupled A B Business Processes driven Agile, visible, multi channel,BusinessBusiness by Business goals; role-based Processes reflected in user and Consumer system interactions Meet Driven by Governance and Governed, stable, extensible, Businessin the the SOA Strategy, defines reusable, autonomous,Middle Capabilities the business identity free of redundancies Provider Application oriented silos; Strategic existing assets, can be Business Legacy ERP CRM hard to maintain and Application require constant Topconstantly improved Down IT modernization Processes Technical Complex technical hardware Mission critical, scalable, and software platforms reliable, flexible to maintain, Infrastructure enable application can be constantly improved development Technology Bottom Up
  26. 26. Talend offers a comprehensive SOASuite
  27. 27. Today’s scope of the SOA Suite TalendASF Integration -Generic Data Integration -SAP Netweaver Integration Management -MS BizTalk Integration -System Monitoring Registry/ -System Management -SAG webMethods Integration Repository -SAM -Service Lookup Enterprise Service Bus -Mgmt. Dashboard -Policy Management -Dynamic Mediation -Service Versioning -Different communication styles Application -Different communication protocols -Java/ .Net-Support Development -Distributed Architecture BPM & BAM -Code Generation -Workflow/ Human Interaction -Simulation Security -Composite Service Devel. -Test -Identity -Process Management -Packaging Management -BAM -Authentification -Authorisation Document Identifier -Key Management 27 confidential ♥ Talend GmbH
  28. 28. Talend ESB 4.x – Next Generation Released Planned Planned Dec. 2010 Feb. 2011 May 2011 Planned Planned Mar. 2011 Jun. 2011
  29. 29. Point to Point Integration
  30. 30. SOA with Talend ESB Production Customer Car Dealers Portal Distributed ESB Service Service Service Service Service Interface Interface Interface Interface Interface Customers Resource Spare Parts Supply Chain Finance Application Planning Application Management
  31. 31. The ESB covers the full Service Life Cycle Design Delivery Operation ManagementService Implementation Tool Suite Runtime Framework Management & Monitoring Service DI Editor Tools Custom .NET Legacy Talend Services Applications Systems TIS Configuration Policy BPM Editor Tools ESB ESB ESB ESB Code Distributed Enterprise Service Bus Administration DevBox Generation ESB ESB ESB ESB Config Admin Registries/ Security Message Talend Talend HQ Repositories Services Broker BPM Administration Eclipse Runtime Platform (J2SE, J2EE, .net, SAP, etc.)
  32. 32. Talend is fully committed to StandardsTalend ESB is based on standards Open Standards: WS-*, BPMN, BPEL, JBI, OSGi, SAML, LDAP, etc. De-facto Standards: Java & JavaEE, Eclipse, Tomcat, Linux, etc.Talend is updating regularly to newest standards and technologies Talend ESB Core Option Packs Talend ESB Tool Suite Talend ESB Run-time Talend BPM Talend DI Talend HQ
  33. 33. Reasons for Talend ASF SOA Best  With Talend, companies can benefit Practice from eight years of practical experienceReasons for integrated of a recognized SOA LeaderTalend ASF Talend ASF offers  Talend is driving the design of future Strong position companies a in the SOA standards as part of Eclipse with an proven and community international development base technically advanced SOA platform Rigorously  The Talend platform is rigorously aimed Talend delivers tailored to SOA at successful implementation of SOA companies strategies attractive answers to their SOA  Talend possesses extensive experience questions Proven support in operating an SOA in a sophisticated structures enterprise environment
  34. 34.  Any questions?