Talend Data Integration Course Overview

The Talend Data Integration course is an open Source ETL Tool, which enables a small companies or businesses who can use this tool for performing Extract Transform and Load their data into Databases or any File Format. The Talend supports various formats of files and Database vendors.

Audience

  • Anyone who is willing to learn about ETL tool
  • Anyone who is willing to use Talend Studio to perform data integration and management tasks.

This is a Rare Course and it can be take up to 3 weeks to arrange the training.

  • 1. Do you have limited Window for training?
  • 2. Can you only spend 4-hours per day?
  • 3. Do you want to start training immediately?
  • If your answer is yes to any one of the above, you need 1-on-1- Training
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4-Hour Sessions
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Your will learn:

Module 1: Introduction
  • Introduction to Talend
  • Why Talend?
  • Talend Editions and Features
  • Talend Data Integration Overview
  • Talend Environment – Overview
  • Repository and Pallate
  • Talend Design and Views
  • Start Talend Open Studio for Data Integration
  • Create a Talend project to contain tasks
  • Create a Talend Job to perform a specific task
  • Add and configure components to handle data input, data transformation, and data output
  • Run a Talend Job and examine the results
  • Process different types of files using Talend
  • Connect to a database from a Talend Job
  • Use a component to create a database table
  • Write to and read from a database table from a Talend Job
  • Write data to an XML file from a Talend Job
  • Write an XML document to a file
  • Use components to create an archive and delete files
  • Assignment #1
  • Assignment #2
  • Assignment #3
  • Connect to a database from a Talend Job
  • Retrieve Schema from a database
  • Read data from database table
  • Load data to database table
  • Use of ETL & ELT components, understand difference
  • Transaction Management in Talend
  • Implement SCD
  • Use of Uitility & row components
  • Troubleshoot a join by examining failed lookups
  • Use components to filter data
  • Generate sample data rows
  • Duplicate output flows
  • Filter unique data rows
  • Perform aggregate calculations on rows
  • Extend data from one source with data extracted from a second source
  • How to define context variables for a Job
  • How to centralize context variables in the Repository
  • How to apply context variables to a Job
  • How to use variables in a Job
  • How to run a Job in a selected context
  • Log data rows in the console rather than storing them
  • Employ mechanisms to kill a Job under specific circumstances
  • Include Job elements that change the behavior based on the success or failure of individual components or subjobs
  • Assignment #1
  • Assignment #2
  • Assignment #3
  • Use components to filter data
  • Generate sample data rows
  • Duplicate output flows
  • Employ mechanisms to kill a Job under specific circumstances
  • Include Job elements that change the behavior based on the success or failure of individual components or subjobs
  • How to use tRunJob component
  • How to design Joblets and use them in Talend Job
  • Configure an individual component to use parallel execution
  • Use a Talend component to run subjobs in parallel
  • Loop through a job execution - different methods
  • Pre-Job & Post-Job activities
  • What are routines
  • Accessing the System Routines
  • Customizing the system routines
  • Managing user routines
  • How to create user routines
  • How to edit user routines
  • How to edit user routine libraries
  • Calling a routine from a Job
  • Use Case #1
  • Use Case #2
  • Create a new user with design privileges
  • Create a project
  • Create a project that can be referenced by other projects
  • Assign user access privileges to projects
  • Create an SVN branch for a given project
  • Create an execution task that runs a Job
  • Generate, deploy, and run a task as a single operation
  • Generate, deploy, and run a task as three separate operations
  • Execute a task repeatedly at specified times
  • Copy a Job from one branch to another
  • Compare the differences between two versions of the same Job
  • Configure the TAC Activity Monitoring Console (AMC) to access the stored Job monitoring data
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Course Prerequisites
  • A basic level knowledge on ETL.
  • Having familiarity with Java or SQL (Not mandatory).
  • Knowing about the general concepts of databases.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to accomplish

  • Knowing about the basic concepts of ETL
  • Knowing how to use the Talend Open Studio for Data Integration for real work as quickly as possible.
  • Write Talend Open Studio for Data Integration 6.0 Consultant Certification

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