Talend Open Studio Scalability

Martin Stufi
CEO at Solutia, s.r.o.
We have never had issues in terms of scalability. In fact, we have not had requirements from any customer that the solution is horizontally scalable. View full review »
Matej Špik
System Administrator at a manufacturing company with 501-1,000 employees
It's scalable because if you get to the point that you can't handle this small free software, you can have another software which is more expandable with more connectors and more functionalities. You can upgrade but you must pay. If you want to work in big data, you must use another software. Open Studio is for small use cases. If you want to work on big data, if you want to work and analyze five or ten teradata then you need other software in this portfolio. It is scalable but you must change the software. You must upgrade this license and when you upgrade this license you get the support, you get more connectors, and you get additional functionalities. One developer uses Open Studio. We are two users, another colleague and me. View full review »
Peter Birksmith
(2IC) Senior System Analyst at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
Our Talend installation has been deployed onto Red Hat OpenStack, separating out MDM, TAC, DQ, and thee job servers. I made a point of determining data storage requirements for each server, and a memory ulimit setting to match the resource profile of the components. It was trial and error but it paid off by allowing the Talend system to process large jobs of 200-300 million records over a number of hours, rather than days. View full review »
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Cnsultnt678
Consultant at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The solution has quite a good range of scalability. The jobs are quite scalable since we have now integrated them with Docker so we can follow all the principles of microservices. We have a license for five users. We have someone focused on data quality. Someone else is looking into the solution as a tester, and testers are working on the stewardship tool to correct the data and verify it with the business. Then there are two free developers who are solely working on the Open Studio to turn out code. We do have plans to increase usage. View full review »
Muntaser Zalloum
Software Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We have no problem with the scalability of the solution. We plan to increase usage in the future. View full review »
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