Talend, a provider of big data integration software, has unveiled a new version of its Talend Integration Cloud, an integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) solution, with enhancements to help companies manage on-premises, cloud, and hybrid integration workloads in their Amazon Web Services (AWS) environments.
Available now, Talend says its Integration Cloud Spring ’16 release allows IT organizations to execute big data and data integration projects running on AWS Redshift or AWS Elastic MapReduce (EMR) with greater ease. The updated Talend Integration Cloud solution also enables developers and architects to bring native Spark processing capabilities into an iPaaS solution in order to support departments across the enterprise with real-time analytics.
According to Talend, the combination of the continued growth of big data, the Internet of Things (IoT), and expanding corporate data lakes is driving companies to move an increasing amount of data processing to the cloud. However, notes Ashley Stirrup, chief marketing officer, Talend, building a data flow and pulling information from sensors requires a significant amount of hand-coding and expertise. Talend, he says, reduces the effort required by enabling data flows to be built visually inside the Talend Studio, which in turn opens up the cloud to a broader set of developers.
For more information about Talend Integration Cloud, go here.
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