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30 Hours
Online Instructor-led Training
USD 1399 (USD 2800)
Save 50% Offer ends on 31-Dec-2023
Talend course and certification
160 Learners

About this Course

This is a comprehensive Talend training offered by Uplatz.
Learn all concepts of Talend Data Integration tool and apply in practical scenarios and projects.


Talend Data Integration Basics

Talend Studio for Data Integration dramatically improves the efficiency of data integration Job design through an easy-to-use graphical development environment. With integrated connectors to source and target systems, it enables rapid deployment and reduces maintenance costs. It supports all types of data integration, migration, and synchronization.

This course helps you use Talend Studio for Data Integration as quickly as possible. It focuses on the basic capabilities of Studio and how you can use it to build reliable, maintainable data integration tasks that solve practical problems, including extracting data from common database and file formats, transforming it, and integrating it into targets.

This course serves as a prerequisite for many other Talend courses, and the skills learned apply to most Talend products.



Target Audience

Anyone who wants to use Talend Studio to perform data integration tasks: software developers and development managers


Basic knowledge of computing, including familiarity with Java or another programming language, SQL, and general database concepts

Course Objectives

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Create a project

  • Create and run a Job that reads, converts, and writes data

  • Merge data from several sources within a Job

  • Save a schema for repeated use

  • Create and use metadata and context variables within Jobs

  • Connect to, read from, and write to a database from a Job

  • Access a web service from a Job

  • Work with master Jobs and subJobs

  • Build, export, and test-run Jobs outside Studio

  • Implement basic error-handling techniques

  • Use best practices for Job and component naming, hints, and documentation

Course Agenda

Getting started with Talend Data Integration

  • Starting Talend Studio

  • Creating your first Job

  • Running a Job

  • Using the component help

  • Designing a Job using best practices

  • Documenting a Job

Working with files

  • Working with delimited files

  • Working with hierarchical files

Working with databases

  • Creating tables in MySQL databases

  • Reading data from MySQL database tables

  • Applying best practices

Using repository metadata

  • Using delimited file metadata

  • Using XML file metadata

  • Using database metadata

  • Using generic schemas

  • Updating metadata

Processing data

  • Mapping data using tMap

  • Joining data using tMap

  • Capturing join rejects

  • Filtering data and capturing filtering rejects

  • Using other data processing components

Using contexts and context variables

  • Creating a built-in context variable

  • Connecting to databases using context variables

  • Creating a context group in the repository

  • Loading context variables from a flow

Building executables and Docker images from data integration Jobs

  • Building a stand-alone Job

  • Building a new version of the Job

  • Building a Docker image

Controlling execution

  • Managing files

  • Processing files

  • Managing Job execution using a master Job

Handling errors

  • Detecting and handling basic errors

  • Raising a warning

Working with web services

  • Accessing a SOAP web service

Use case: Creating a master sales table from different data sources

  • Setting up a customer table

  • First challenge

  • Setting up a sales table

  • Joining data

  • Performing calculations

  • Second challenge

  • Creating a master Job


Talend Data Integration Advanced

Talend Data Integration provides an extensible, highly scalable set of tools for accessing, transforming, and integrating data from any business system. This course enables you to use the more advanced features of Talend Data Integration as quickly as possible. Participants can work in teams on projects shared on a remote repository to monitor Jobs and database changes.


Target Audience

Anyone who wants to use Talend Data Integration to perform data integration and management tasks: software developers and development managers


Completion of Talend Data Integration Basics and knowledge of computing, including familiarity with Java or another programming language, SQL, and general database concepts

Course Objectives

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Start Talend Studio and connect it to a remote repository

  • Use SVN branches in Studio

  • Run a Job in Studio or on a remote JobServer

  • Monitor host CPU and JVM memory in real time during Job execution

  • Use debugging features in Studio

  • Configure a Talend project to capture statistics and logs, and monitor them from Activity Monitoring Console (AMC)

  • Implement several methods of parallel execution in a Talend Job

  • Create Joblets

  • Create a unit test from a working Job

  • Configure a database to monitor and log changes in a separate change data capture (CDC) database

  • Use the CDC database to perform incremental updates between the source and target

  • Set up a reference project in order to use items from another project

Course Agenda

Connecting to a remote repository

  • Creating a remote connection

SVN in Studio

  • Copying a Job to a branch

  • Comparing Jobs

  • Resetting a branch

Reference project

  • Setting up and using a reference project

Remote Job execution

  • Creating and running a Job remotely

Resource usage and basic debugging

  • Using Memory Run to view real-time resource usage

  • Debugging Jobs using Debug Run

Activity Monitoring Console (AMC)

  • Configuring statistics and logging

  • Using Activity Monitoring Console (AMC)

Parallel execution

  • Writing large files

  • Writing to databases

  • Automatic parallelization

  • Partitioning


  • Creating a Joblet from an existing Job

  • Creating a Joblet from scratch

  • Triggering Joblets

Unit test

  • Creating a unit test

Change data capture

  • Examining databases

  • Configuring the CDC database

  • Monitoring changes

  • Updating a warehouse

  • Resetting the database



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