Talend has updated its product portfolio with an Apache-based enterprise service bus (ESB) unified data services platform.
Based on open-source standards, the Talend ESB Standard Edition will provide developers with a single platform for developing, deploying and monitoring tools for data management and application integration.
The new ESB will come with messaging, Web services, mediation and adapters. The platform is powered by open-source Apache projects including Apache CXF, Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ.
The platform will come with a graphical user interface for development, a deployment tool, a monitoring console for management and a runtime environment for handling operations.
The company also introduced a new version of its data integration, data quality and master data management (MDM) solutions that is designed to work well with the Talend ESB software.
“The role and impact of integration has shifted due in large part to major trends such as cloud and managing massive data sets,” said Fabrice Bonan, Talend co-founder and chief operating officer, ZD Net reports.
“As a result, a more comprehensive and managed approach to integration is required and the tools that support enterprise integration need to be usable by more types of workers.This democratization of IT is rapidly progressing into the traditionally complex and isolated worlds of application and data integration.”