Talend has released a Winter ‘23 update of its data fabric platform that is based on low-code data solutions and provides data discovery, transformation, governance, and sharing. The release adds capabilities and enhancements to simplify and automate cloud migration and data management, expand data connectivity, and improve data visibility, quality, control, and access.
In terms of cloud, the update adds more AI-powered automation to the platform’s Smart Services that simplify task scheduling and orchestration of cloud jobs. Expanded connectivity adds to the platforms existing 1,000-plus connections and components to enable users to connect to virtually any cloud or on-premise data source, and the addition of data observability enables data professionals to proactively monitor the quality of their data over time and provide trusted data for self-service data access.
The company is also updating Stitch, its fully managed cloud ETL service that is best used for quick and automated data movement to any cloud platform and enables data analysts and data citizens to work directly with data without IT assistance. Stitch includes new role-based access control to provide better segregation of administrator duties, and new pipeline monitoring that allows data teams to get key metrics on data ingestion, including data volumes, data freshness, and schema changes.
“Winter ’23 is based on customer feedback and continuing to support those on the front lines charged with the task of extracting maximum, ongoing value from corporate data,” says Jason Penkethman, chief product officer at Talend. “As well as continuing to drive operational efficiency and expedite data modernisation efforts and returns, with Winter ’23, we are empowering customers to monitor data throughout its lifecycle and understand how it evolves and moves to fuel positive business outcomes.”
Talend is in the process of being acquired by Qlik, but until the acquisition is concluded, both companies will continue to operate independently of each other.
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