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Talend Cloud Remote Engines now available on AWS Marketplace

11 Apr 2019

Talend announced that its Remote Engines for Talend Cloud are now available on AWS Marketplace for all regions. Remote Engines were designed to allow companies to run integration tasks securely across cloud and on-premise environments with only a few clicks from within their AWS account.

Talend Cloud is a unified, comprehensive and highly scalable integration platform as a service (iPaaS) that runs on AWS and makes it easy to collect, govern, transform and share data. 

Within a single interface, companies can use big data integration, data preparation, API services and data stewardship applications to provide trusted and governed data across the organisation. 

With Remote Engines for Talend Cloud, companies can securely run integration tasks natively from cloud to cloud, on-premise to cloud, or cloud to on-premise completely within the customer’s environment for enhanced performance and security. 

Talend also generates native Apache Spark code to provide additional scalable data processing on Amazon EMR. Additional features include the ability to:

  • Collect, govern, transform and share data with ease and speed for your AWS data lake and data warehouse projects.
     
  • Process data and deliver analytics fast and securely in an organisation’s own environments.
     
  • Deploy the Remote Engines via AWS Marketplace in any region with only a few clicks and scale it up and down on-demand as required.

 Talend SVP Michael Pickett says, “Talend’s support for hybrid use cases is one of the most comprehensive in the industry and we are pleased to offer this flexibility to customers on AWS Marketplace. 

“This further showcases Talend as an Advanced Tier Technology Partner in the AWS Partner Network (APN) that has achieved AWS Data and Analytics Competency status.” 

“Working closely with the AWS team, we have built 70 components to AWS and continue to help customers quickly and easily move their data to AWS in a governed fashion.”