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  • Taschenbuch: 270 Seiten
  • Verlag: Packt Publishing (25. Oktober 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1782167269
  • ISBN-13: 978-1782167266
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 1,5 x 23,5 cm
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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Richard Daniel Barton

Rick is a freelance consultant who has specialized in data integration and ETL for the last 13 years, as part of an IT career spanning over 25 years. After gaining a degree in Computer Systems from Cardiff University Rick began his career as a firmware programmer before moving into Mainframe data processing and then into ETL tools in 1999.

He has provided technical consultancy to some of the UK's largest companies, including banks and telecommunications companies, and was a founding partner of a “Big Data” integration consultancy.

Four years ago he moved back into freelance development and has been working almost exclusively with Talend Open Studio and Talend Integration Suite, on multiple projects, of various sizes, in UK. It is on these projects that he has learned many of the lessons that can be found in this, his first book.


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3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Robert Baumgartner am 30. November 2013
Format: Taschenbuch
Als fast täglicher professioneller Anwender von Talend Open Studio habe ich die immerhin mehr als 100 Rezepte in diesem Buch gelesen.

Für alle die Talend OpenStudio noch gar nicht kennen, kann ich das Buch sehr empfehlen. Vor allem dann, wenn man gerne an Beispielen die Funktionalität erarbeitet. Ich denke wer alle Rezepte in diesem Buch durchgearbeitet hat, kann danach sehr gute und auch wartbare Talend-Jobs umsetzen.

Für alle die schon länger mit Talend Open Studio arbeiten, kann ich dieses Buch ebenso empfehlen, da es beim Lesen "Aha-Erlebnise" gibt. Wie kann man etwas einfacher machen. Funktionen, die bisher unbekannt oder versteckt waren, werden gezeigt.

Voraussetzungen für das Buch bzw. für bestimmte Kapitel sind neben Java-Wissen und Verständnis von XML vor allem auch Basis-Wissen über Datenintegration. Das Buch ist nichts für den Einstieg in das Gebiet der Datenintegration, es werden keine Grundlagen dazu erklärt. Und sicher ist das Buch auch nichts für absolute Programmier- bzw. Datenintegrations-Anfänger.

Das Buch fordert zum Mitdenken. Es werden ohne viele unnötige Worte, sehr effizient, die Rezepte erklärt.
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Die Beispiele sind umfangreich und leicht verständlich. Wer alle Rezepte in diesem Buch durcharbeitet ist für eigene Projekte gerüstet. Leider nehmen besonders in den späteren Kapiteln die logischen Fehler zu. Ohne den Code - Download und den Vergleich der Beispielprojekte mit dem Buchtext ist Frustration vorprogrammiert.
Trotzdem ein sehr gutes Buch.
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Very comprehensive and useful recipes collection for Talend Open Studio 30. November 2013
Von Robert Baumgartner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
As an almost daily professional users of Talend Open Studio, I have read the more than 100 recipes in this book.

For all who are novice to Talend Open Studio, I can recommend the book highly . Especially if you like to learn by examples. I think if you have worked through all the recipes in this book, you can implement maintainable and fully functional data integration jobs.

For those who already know Talend Open Studio, I can recommend this book as well, as it will give you deeper insights into the functionality. It answers questions like - how can you make something easier. I found myself reading about functions that unknown or hidden to me until know.

Prerequisites for the book or for certain chapters are Java knowledge and understanding of XML. Above all, basic knowledge of data integration will help following the recipes. The book will not help beginners of data integration and it is no introduction into the basic concepts of Talend Open Studio / Data Integration. And sure, the book is also not for absolute beginners of programming.

The book invited me to think. It is without unnecessary words. The recipe are explained in an efficient and clear way.
Will make running with Talend in minmum time 24. Dezember 2013
Von A. Zubarev - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
As an ETL practitioner I can also see the rise in OSS use, ETL use in general, but no significant changes in how ETL is done or its tooling.

In short, getting this book for free for review from Packt was an awesome deal, big thank you to their awesome team, I enjoyed reading this book from cover to cover.

As a side note, I am a big believer in cookbooks (or in other words quick recipes). These are the books that you can read and re-read, and then keep at your desk at work. I am sure I will revisit it.

Another note is this book is good to read even to those developers who do not use Talend, even SSIS folks will benefit from thoughtful advices given by Rick as the principals described in the book apply to about any ETL process.

OK, now more about the book: my $0.02 whether you use Talend or Informatica – you have to know Java. It is simply because you will not be efficient enough or will not complete an assignment. The book uses quite a bit of Java code.

But do not be intimidated, the book has a relatively low entry barrier.

Even better, the book in my view has a complete coverage letting an ETL developer to properly tackle any given task. Specifically, it walks you thru from designing a simple job to troubleshooting common issues and also covers best approaches.

The book has a short task scenario overview with a fully outlined solution steps as it should be in any cookbook!

It even has common pitfalls resolutions covered for you so the author made sure you are not going to stuck with the IDE designing ETL with Talend.

Also, all the new and web technologies are covered as working with REST and SOAP, XML and so forth.

To sum up, this book receives 5+ out of 5 from me (a very demanding person).

Thank you Rick for putting so much effort in wiring a comprehensive book with so much accompanying code.
Much needed manual for the Talend Integration marketplace! 6. Dezember 2013
Von D. GREEN - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Well, I'm half way through the book and I want to stop and let you know that my efficiency is on the way up!

There is much to like about this training manual:
* Lots of day-to-day integration work is covered - just take the time to look at the table of contents!
* Most processes are shown that they can be accomplished in multiple ways, depending on requirements or style.
* There are not lots of pictures, but the recipes are step by step, so you don't need lots of pictures and you get more meat!
* There are references throughout the recipes to other parts of the book, so you wont get lost if you want to dive in anywhere to get quick answers to your specific problems.
* The book's layout is familiar, if you have been using Talend's own reference materials.
* The book comes with data, so you are using prepared material and not wasting time having to create your own.
* There are lots of hints and warnings. You will quickly see that much thought went into each exercise.
* If you know a little programming, but are not greatly familiar with Java, this book will prove to be very useful to you; not getting too deep, it provides just enough to get you thinking how to accomplish things you didn't know how to do at first.
* There is a strong emphasis on time-saving methods, like fully using the repository for schemas and queries, etc.
* I have seen very few, if any, typos. Lots of polish went on to get things right.

I am very please with this helpful book, and there is a great need for works like this as I look at the forums and see many of the same questions that keep coming up which are answered here.

This book will save me lots of time hunting down answers as new challenges arise! I think you will be very please to own this manual.
Clear, practical and complete: highly recommended 21. April 2014
Von Fabio - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
As Data Warehouse developer and engineer, I've been extensively used Talend for many years. Apart from the basic tutorials provided by Talend, however, my only source for learning has always been the proactive Talend online community.

This book doesn't digress too much in theory and provides a full, comprehensive view on many every-day, concrete situations and their corresponding solving patterns. The learning-by-doing "recipe" approach followed by the book makes it easier to read and understand it. The book also provides a good foundation of XML principles; unfortunately lacks a chapter about the development of custom components, a scenario that is more likely to occur than expected.

Prerequisites for the book are a basic knowledge of Java or any c-like object-oriented programming language, as well as a rudimentary understanding of relational concepts.

I highly recommend this book for both IT experts and novices with a focus on system and data integration.​
hands on lab with Talend Open Studio 22. Januar 2014
Von Ata Adjé LASSEY-ASSIAKOLEY - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book is for intermediate and advanced Talend users. He hasn't started by showing Open Studio basics stuff but he went straight by showing tips and tricks to master Talend. He hasn't included any quick start guide to Talend Open Studio.
Every chapter has a sample code that shows how it works. A section called « Getting ready » shows all the prerequisites to start to job.
A section called " how to do it " shows how to reproduce the job. The missing chapter in the book according to me is "Component creation" which should demonstrate step by step how to add or create a new component in Talend.
If you are already ok with talend basics principles and looking for a way to hone your skills in data integration using Talend tools it’s definitely a book you should go for.
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