Talend is a data integration platform for businesses. Talend's solutions include cloud API services, master data management and big data integration. Businesses can use Talend to efficiently manage data integration.
Talend Open Source
Stitch Data Loader
Stitch Data Loader (paid edition)
$100.00 - $1,000.00
Talend Cloud Data Integration
$1,170.00 per user per month
Talend Cloud Data Integration (paid annually)
$12,000.00 per user per year
Talend Data Fabric
Pros: Easy to use interface and great integration capabilities.
Cons: Can be a little complicated if you don't have Java knowledge.
Bottomline: Fantastic platform to facilitate efficient data integration.
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Talend Key Information:
Redwood City, California
1 (650) 539 3200
800 Bridge Parkway, Suite 200, Redwood City, California 94065, USA
What is Talend's price range?
Talend's pricing ranges from $100.00 to $1,170.00 per user per month. If you want the Talend Data Fabric plan, you can contact Talend here to get a quote.
Is there a Talend free trial?
A free 14-day trial of the Stitch Data Loader is available here. A free 30-day trial of the Talend Cloud Data Integration is available here. You will need to furnish some personal and business details. No credit card is required.
Where can I find the Talend login?
You can go to www.talend.com and find the “Cloud Login” at the top right corner of the homepage.
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Reviews of Talend:
Talend makes my teeth grind. I don't understand why an ETL tool uses a strongly typed language for a foundation. The number of fun productive hours I've spent swapping chars to varchars, int to decimal & vice versa. In 2017 computers can read a registration plate from a blurry photograph and spot a criminal in a stadium, but a user puts apostrophe in a CSV file and schmoo leaks everywhere.
Talend lost me when they started making you pay for their software. Not because I'm opposed to paying for software, but because Talend isn't that good. If I want to use paid software, I want it to be super refined and usable. Talend feels very open source.
Currently working with Talend, it's pretty good and saved me a lot of time.