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Talend Releases New Updates to its Data Fabric Platform that Includes Enhanced API Abilities                                                                              


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Talend is making major updates to its Talend Data Fabric platform, the company’s unified, data platform for data integration across multi-cloud and on- premise environments.

“The theme for this release is we’re helping customers deliver insight ready data at scale so they can make better decisions, faster decisions, and spend significantly less time looking for data or making decisions with incomplete data,” said Ray Christopher, product marketing manager.

Talend’s Fall 2018 release delivers new features including Data Catalog, which creates a single source of trusted data, and Cloud Application Programming Interface (API) Services, which speeds access to standardized data for building data-as-a-service applications and increasing productivity.

Talend’s new release also accelerates running machine learning algorithms at scale with extended serverless big data support.

As part of the new Talend Data Fabric, Talend adds a leading API delivery platform enabling data-driven businesses to simplify data access. Talend Cloud API Services provides full API development lifecycle support from API design, test, and deployment.

This API foundation serves as a standard and scalable way for companies to make data available to more users inside and outside an organization and to create new products and services.

To organize data at scale, Talend adds new Data Catalog capabilities that enable a single source of trusted data.

The Data Catalog automatically crawls all data, whether it is in a data lake, on- premises or the cloud; profiles and classifies all the data; automatically finds and suggests relationships between data; and provides easy search-based access.

The Fall 2018 Talend Data Fabric also accelerates running machine learning models at scale with native, extended serverless big data support for Microsoft Azure Databricks as well as Qubole in AWS cloud environments.                                                                 

Data integration users who are trying to curate assets they just built, along with organizations who utilize APIs to support platforms or business to business work will benefit the most from these updates, according to the company.

“Their API center of excellence or data governance teams will certainly benefit from this holistic solution,” Christopher said.

For more information about this news, visit www.talend.com.


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