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News Release

Master Data Integration with Talend covering all areas of the development lifecycle.
Released: 19th November 2013
Publisher: Packt Publishing Limited

About the Author:
Rick Barton is a freelance consultant specializing in data integration and ETL for the last 13 years as part of an IT career spanning over 25 years. He has provided technical consultancy to some of the UK’s largest companies, including banks and telecommunications companies. He has been working almost exclusively with Talend Open Studio and Talend Integration Suite, on multiple projects, of various sizes, in UK. It is on these projects that he has learned many of the lessons that can be found in this, his first book.

Talend Open Studio Cookbook
begins by introducing beginners and intermediate developers with the basics. Schema usage and mapping are explained with dedicated sections. Developers will also learn how to get more from tMap, files, databases and XML. The comprehensive guide provides practical exercises covering all aspects from working with schemas to creating and validating test data, to scheduling your Talend code, etc.

This book further expands to areas of Talend development lifecycle explaining their development, testing, debugging and deployment. It further delves into coding, testing, and debugging of code to providing start-to-finish coverage of the product which are parts of the development cycle. Each recipe described in this book is designed on providing all the key learning objectives in a concise manner with practical exercises.

The book covers important topics such as:
Chapter 1: Introduction and General Principles
Chapter 2: Metadata and Schemas
Chapter 3: Validating Data
Chapter 4: Mapping Data
Chapter 5: Using Java in Talend
Chapter 6: Managing Context Variables
Chapter 7: Working with Databases
Chapter 8: Managing Files
Chapter 9: Working with XML, Queues, and Web Services
Chapter 10: Debugging, Logging, and Testing
Chapter 11: Deploying and Scheduling Talend Code
Chapter 12: Common Mistakes and Other Useful Hints and Tips
Appendix A: Common Type Conversions
Appendix B: Management of Contexts

Talend Open Studio Cookbook is designed for both beginners and intermediate developers. For more information, please visit:

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