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June 25, 2009
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Talend, a maker of open-source data integration software, has launched a real-tlme version of its namesake integration suite.
The new Talend Integration Suite RTx enables IT organizations to accelerate the movement of data across computing systems, providing up-to-the-minute data to help in decision-making. For example, online merchants can use RTx to get the information necessary to make immediate promotional offers based on user behavior, resulting in more targeted offers with better response rate, according to the company. RTx also can be used to more quickly maintain and synchronize customer data across multiple sources to provide service reps with more accurate information. Talend claims its software provides the benefits of real-time data integration without hand coding and features a high throughput message-based architecture. The software is compatible with projects developed with the Talend Integration Suite and integrates "seamlessly" in service-oriented architectures and message-oriented middleware infrastructures. "Talend Integration Suite RTx provides – in one unified platform – all the features needed by the enterprise to consolidate their real-time integration needs," Fabrice Bonan, co-founder and chief operating officer of Talend said in a statement. The SOA capabilities automate the deployment of integration processes either as data-integration services or data services. "Generation of the WDSL descriptor, UDDI entries and SOAP binding are automated, and Talend Integration Suite RTx handles the instantiation and management of the resources required, connection pools, integration processes pools, load balancing, fail-over and others," the company said. RTx supports multiple modes of event-based execution for data integration processes, such as real-time event-based, Web services invocation, and more. The product's event listeners support JMS-based message-oriented middleware, enterprise service bus, remote procedure calls, HTTP and sockets calls. RTx leverages Talend's more than 400 connectors to source and target technologies, including Web services, MOM, and business applications, such as Salesforce.com, SAP, SugarCRM and Microsoft Dynamics. Talend Integration Suite RTx was released this week. Pricing was not disclosed.
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