Talend for Salesforce Wave Analytics Cloud uses Talend Integration Cloud to enable real-time analytics at a fraction of the cost of traditional ETL solutions or data warehouse and big data approaches. Talend enables data-driven insights by capturing customer data and market data from all your applications, SaaS solutions like Salesforce, Marketo or Netsuite, Box, Dropbox, Amazon S3, but also on-premises platforms like SAP. It allows you to connect, cleanse, enrich and share this data, with ready-to-use data quality components.
Talend for Salesforce Wave Analytics Cloud helps you tap into the power of data warehouses and big data, extracting the information you need from all your data sources including Teradata, DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, PostgresSQL, MongoDB, Amazon Redshift, AWS EMR, AWS RDS, HDFS, HBase, Hive, Cassandra, SQLite and more. Talend Integration Cloud provides the universal connectivity to ensure Salesforce Wave Analytics Cloud always reflects the complete picture, now and in the future.
After deploying Talend for Salesforce Wave Analytics Cloud, your business teams don’t need to submit requests for IT to extract and clean up the data every time they need it. Data flows into Salesforce Wave Analytics Cloud are automated and accelerated, while Talend Integration Cloud’s business user self-service interface cuts out bottlenecks. Developers stay in control of changing business needs, boosting speed and agility with Talend’s open source community to crowd-source connectors, components and flow templates. Talend for Salesforce Wave Analytics Cloud is deployed at fraction of the cost you would typically expect, up and running in no time.
With Talend, there are none of the hidden costs that other vendors tend to conceal when you want to integrate with Salesforce Wave Analytics Cloud. You don’t have to pay extra for “premium connectors”: with every edition, you have access to over a thousand connectors, components and templates, for FREE. This is possible because Talend is truly built around an open source community, on technology from the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) and using popular languages such as Java. This means you avoid getting trapped in proprietary technologies and uncommon languages, where development resources are rare. It also means your Salesforce Wave Analytics Cloud deployment won’t come to a halt while you wait for budget approval for a simple new connector.