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  • Taschenbuch: 320 Seiten
  • Verlag: Packt Publishing (6. Oktober 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1849514720
  • ISBN-13: 978-1849514729
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 1,9 x 23,5 cm
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Jonathan Bowen

Jonathan Bowen is an E-commerce and Retail Systems Consultant and has worked in and around the retail industry for the past 20 years. His early career was in retail operations, then in the late 1990s he switched to the back office and has been integrating and implementing retail systems ever since.

Since 2006, he has worked for one of the UK's largest e-commerce platform vendors as Head of Projects and, later, Head of Product Strategy. In that time he has worked on over 30 major e-commerce implementations.

Outside of work, Jonathan, like many parents, has a busy schedule of sporting events, music lessons, and parties to take his kids to, and any downtime is often spent catching up with the latest tech news or trying to record electronic music in his home studio.

You can get in touch with Jonathan at his website: www.learnintegration.com.


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A great introduction to Talend's Open Studio 5. März 2013
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Following a brief and important introduction, the instruction starts with showing you how to download Open Studio from Talend's website and guides you through the installation of the software onto your PC. The Talend software comes with example data and jobs. There is an appendix in the book that shows you how to install the sample data. The book effectively uses the sample data to walk you through the basics of file transformation, then moves swiftly on to working with databases.

For the database examples, you will need to download and install MySQL, which is an open source database that can run anywhere. You will also need the tools to administer it. The book gives you the trusted links to download MySQL, but you will need to refer to the MySQL documentation on how to install and get running. However, this is really worth doing. MYSQL is free and very easy to use.

Once you have MySQL running, the rest of the book really flies. You start to learn the really useful stuff for ETL, like connecting to databases, creating and amending tables, filtering, sorting, enriching, normalising and aggregating data. Once you are proficient, the book turns to automation, orchestration, file transferring and the generation of variables. You can then join individual jobs together to make flow processes that can make decisions and take different actions based on many different outcomes.

If you think that all this sounds complicated, you are going to be shocked. It is not. If I can do it, most people can. You can read about what I did in a weekend with the Open Studio here. However, if you are installing Talend on Mac OS-X or a PC with Ubuntu or any other unix operating system, the book's file paths are for windows computers (i.e. C:\\My Documents etc...) but I'm sure you can work that out.

The whole layout of the book is very straight-forward, with plenty of pictures on how your work should look. The language is simple and free of jargon. Explanations are just the right balance of detail and simplicity. It is obvious that a lot of care and consideration has gone into making each chapter informative yet succinct.
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Excellent way to get started with Talend 5.x 16. April 2013
Von D. GREEN - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Hi, I'd like to recommend "Getting Started with Talend Open Studio for Data Integration" by Jonathan Bowen over at [...] for people wanting to do data integration with Talend 5.x!

Jonathan did a very good job in his approach to teaching you how to use Talend, which is, by the way, free data integration software. Instead of creating a reference manual, which is sometimes handy, he created a walk-through of most of the processes you would normally use to get data from point A to point B in many well thought-out examples. As I was reading and working through the chapters, since I had already become familiar with many of the processes in Talend, I found myself thinking "Jonathan should have include information about ....", but soon I was reading where he had indeed included such information a little further into the book. I learned several things I did not already know and learned from better examples than I could have created. The book includes downloadable data that you will need to complete the exercises and the instructions to load that data is in Appendix A.

One thing to be forewarned about: if you just want to learn by reading, you may be disappointed in this book. There are not enough screen captures for all the jobs presented to let you just read through as if you were watching a video, but if you actually work through the examples, you will like the concise nature of the steps given. The author is generous with warnings and explanations, so you should not get lost anywhere as you work through each chapter. Some examples do build on prior examples and, so, you should take things in order.
There are a couple of things I wished the author had included that I have found useful in my Talend jobs, but had to learn them on my own. One is job logging and the other is error handling; Talend has very good features built in for both, but maybe he considered those topics more advanced than a beginner would want.
Overall, I was very please with this excellent tutorial. It will get you up an running with Talend quickly, especially if you are starting with no experience with Talend at all.
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Great book to get a great jump start on Talend TOS 4. August 2013
Von dwarch - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I had used Talend years ago in an enterprise data warehouse environment (enterprise edition), and bought this book as a refresher. I was more than pleased. The content in the book covers what most people want to use the product for - database migrations, data transformations, reading and writing files of various formats, merge, sort, aggregate, normalize, denormalize, and several other common ETL tasks. Examples are used throughout the book to demonstrate all these. Chapter 10 Worked Examples was particularly useful, as it brought together all of the concepts in the book into real world complex ETL project examples. Throughout the book, the author was concise in explaining each concept and example, without all the fluff typically found in other larger "bible" books that many times regurgitate product manuals. This book is real world Talend ETL. Not to be cliche, but this book is definitely a must read for developers who need to get a great jump start in Talend. I got through it in a weekend, which was perfect for me.
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Must buy if you're new to Talend or curious about a modern ETL tool 24. April 2013
Von Thomas Ehardt - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Getting Started with Talend Open Studio for Data Integration is a thorough introduction to TOS and can be considered a replacement to Talend's own introductory documentation. The book will take you from installation through the basics to some real-world examples, and covers enough to get you up to speed quickly.

Perhaps because the book is under Packt's open source label, there is not a lot of material on the paid-for software that Talend offers. Being built on top of the open source studio, it addresses several topics that TOS doesn't, including version control and scheduling. This book does cover these subjects but only on a very high level. I think a mention of this in an appendix would be enough. Additionally there isn't even a brief mention of customization through routines, custom components, or the tJava component. Because this is an introduction, again a brief mention of these things in an appendix (perhaps named Where to go From Here) would whet the appetite of those users who would be so inclined.

This book is not a thorough coverage of everything that TOS can do, and that is fine. Even someone who's very experienced with Talend products will learn a thing or two.

Everything considered, I am recommending you purchase this book if you are new to TOS or even if you are curious about a modern ETL tool.
Doesn't cover the topics I was hoping for 26. März 2014
Von Sarah_! - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This didn't cover almost any of the topics I really needed to know about. I was hoping for something a little more comprehensive.
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