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Training on Talend Open Studio updated

For one year the first level course has been organized in a two-day session.

Talend developers make it possible to have a new version every three months ... and the first version have been publish on september 2006 ... now, Talend Open Studio version 2.2 provides support for event-based action triggering, as well as SOA functionality enabling users to expose data integration processes as Web Services : it's now the time to update our training offer !

To master all the skills to take full advantage of Talend Open Studio, the first level course is now organized in a three-day session !

Dedicated to Talend Open Studio users, this course provides all the skills required to take full advantage of the tool, regardless the scope of the user’s needs. Look's the table of content :

1. Presentation

  • ETL : an overview of proprietary and Open Source tools

  • Operational and Business Intelligence integration

  • Presentation and Installation of Talend Open Studio

2. Modeling the needs and documenting on the project

  • Use the Business Modeler

  • Organize the model links/ Implement the assignments

  • Manage the documentation and the version

3. Using the Job Designer to generate code

  • Create a job: best practices

  • Generate test data sets

4. Using the entry/exit

  • Manage file access (XML, positional, delimited…)

  • Manage database access (ODBC & native connection)

  • Use SqlBuilder to generate and federate SQL requests

5. Federating metadata in the Repository

  • Federate connecting chains

  • Federate schemes (data streams structure)

6. Transforming and enriching data

  • Use the various transformation components

  • Do data mapping with a graphical tool (joint via tMap)

  • Qualify data with the help of filters

  • Generate multiple releases and manage refusals

7. Manipulating the advanced components

  • Manipulate the data linked to Internet (mail, ftp, web services…)

  • Manipulate third-party application data (SugarSRM, SalesForce…)

  • Define execution contexts (development, production)

8. Using development features

  • Inject Java or Perl code in your jobs

  • Manage errors

  • Manage the refusals linked to the data structure (type checking)

  • Log execution statistics of your jobs

  • Federate your code (java classes, Perl routines)

  • Reuse the existing classes and modules

9. Debugging, inputting and optimizing jobs

  • Generate technical documentation

  • Use the internal debugger

  • Optimize jobs

  • Input jobs and present them as webservices

10. Participating in the Talend Community

  • Use the Community tools (Forum, Ecosystem, BugTracker)

  • Exchange with Community members

For more informations, please visit http://www.talend.com

Publication Date: 2007-11-14

Tag: talend elearning

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