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Talend Data Fabric Now Certified on MapR Converged Data Platform

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release reports, “Talend, a global leader in cloud and big data integration software, today announced that the newest version of its Talend Data Fabric integration solution has been certified on the MapR Converged Data Platform, which includes MapR-FS, MapR-DB and MapR Streams. This accreditation enables Talend and MapR to help customers increase agility and accelerate time-to-value for enterprise-scale big data workflows. ‘The integration of Talend on MapR provides our customers with a modern data architecture capable of tackling multiple big data workloads simultaneously, while speeding time-to-market and increasing developer productivity,’ said Mike Pickett, vice president of business development and partner ecosystems, Talend. ‘Together, Talend and MapR solutions can meet all customers’ application and data integration needs, in order to transform stores of corporate data into real-time business insights’.”

The release goes on, “The MapR Converged Data Platform is the industry’s only enterprise-grade software solution that unifies big data and open source technologies with fast, native access to global event streaming, real-time database capabilities, and web-scale storage. Talend Data Fabric is the industry’s first integration platform to natively support MapR Streams, which helps customers continuously synchronize event processing across databases as information is updated, delivering accurate insight in real-time. Together, Talend and MapR provide a unified, open source-based, converged data storage and management platform for different application needs that enables organizations to use big data in powerful new ways to drive innovation and further their digital transformations.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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