Talend Open Studio Initial Setup

Martin Stufi
CEO at Solutia, s.r.o.
The initial setup ranges from simple to complex. For the average customer, we are able to deliver solutions between two and six months. Sometimes, this is only part of the solution that we integrate for our clients. Something other than data integration may be covered by another product. One of the products that integrate well with Talend is Vertica. Together, it makes for a small setup. Normally, one or two people are required for the deployment of this solution. It is a small team, and it covers more than just Talend. Maintaining this solution should be the job or four or five people because you're sharing these resources. These people sometimes represent different levels of support and have varying levels of experience. View full review »
VasylMazur
Software Engineer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The initial setup for Talend Open Studio is pretty straightforward. The deployment of any particular job does not take too long. It would be approximately one month in almost every situation. View full review »
Matej Špik
System Administrator at a manufacturing company with 501-1,000 employees
It's a very easy integration. Not so complicated. You must use the application itself. Open Studio is free and is one small part of this portfolio which Talend offers in this portfolio. It took two weeks to connect it but all of the preparations and everything took three months. View full review »
Find out what your peers are saying about Talend, Microsoft, IBM and others in Data Integration Tools. Updated: February 2020.
397,082 professionals have used our research since 2012.
Peter Birksmith
(2IC) Senior System Analyst at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
The initial setup out of the box is straightforward. However, it becomes more complex as you start to distribute the components and get forced down a path of connecting to one type of database for all the components. In my case, I had to deploy Talend using RedHat Ansible and use only a PostgreSQL database. I needed to first install the software, search for all references to H2 or PostgreSQL, change the configuration files, and then do it all over again for the distributed installs; then translate this into Ansible scripts. So although it's not directly Talend that made this complex, the installation by Talend gives the option to install to PostgreSQL but doesn't use PostgreSQL for all database repositories. View full review »
Cnsultnt678
Consultant at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The initial setup was quite straightforward. The deployment took between two and three days. We deployed it in our Unix boxes using a third-party tool called Jenkins. The whole deployment model is automated and it happens every three weeks. There are just two people needed for maintenance. View full review »
reviewer802428
Senior BI Developer at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
I had a few problems during the initial setup. I had to configure some environment variables within my machine in order to be able to start working with Talend. I think that it had to do with confusion between Talend and the Java version that I had installed. The deployment is almost nothing. You just click on the icon and it will launch. Here in Asia, the on-premises deployment is preferred. View full review »
Muntaser Zalloum
Software Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The initial setup is very straightforward. It doesn't take long to implement the solution. It depends on the size of your data but at most, it will take a few minutes if your workflow is small. View full review »
reviewer1273449
Board Member at a real estate/law firm with 1-10 employees
Setup was fairly simple, it took about half a day. View full review »
Find out what your peers are saying about Talend, Microsoft, IBM and others in Data Integration Tools. Updated: February 2020.
397,082 professionals have used our research since 2012.