Talend Open Studio – data integration based on Eclipse RCP

Talend Open Studio is an Open Source project for data integration based on Eclipse RCP. It is an ETL (Extract, Transform, and Load) tool.

Talend Open Studio operates as a code generator allowing data transformation scripts and underlying programs to be generated either in Perl (since v1.0) or in Java (since v2.0).

Its GUI is made of a metadata repository and a graphical designer. The jobs are designed using graphical components, for transformation, connectivity, or other operations. The threads created can be executed from within the studio or as standalone scripts.

Talend Open Studio provides advanced capabilities that dramatically improve the productivity of data integration job design and proven scalability to ensure optimal execution.

The application was designed to be extended with components written by users.

Features include:

  • Business Modeler & Job Designer.
  • Metadata Manager with Impact Analysis.
  • 400+ components available.
  • Import Talend Exchange components.
  • Deployment Facility – Expose Job as a Web Service.
  • SAP connector (extract and sync).
  • Component search.
  • Ecosystem overview of projects.
  • Change impact analysis.
  • Drag-and-drop metadata.
  • Change data capture.

Website: www.talend.com
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Developer: Talend
License: GNU GPL v2

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