Get yourself trained on Talend : ETL with this Online Training Talend : ETL Data Integration Guide with Talend Open Studio.
Online Training Talend : ETL Data Integration Guide with Talend Open Studio
Talend is an open source data integration platform. It provides various software and services for data integration, data management, enterprise application integration, data quality, cloud storage and Big Data. Talend first came into the market in 2005 as the first commercial open source software vendor of data integration software. In October 2006, Talend launched its very first product Talend Open Studio which is currently known as Talend Open Studio for Data Integration. Since then, it has released a wide range of products which are used quite favorably in the market.This course helps you to learn all the topics related to Talend tool ranging from fundamentals to advanced one to data integration and big data with examples.Before proceeding with this course, you should be familiar with basic Data warehousing concepts as well as fundamentals of ETL (Extract, Transform, Load). If you are a beginner to any of these concepts, we suggest you to go through concepts based on these concepts first to gain a solid understanding of Talend.
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