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Talend 5.4 Architecture Adam Pemble Talend Professional Services
Talend Unified PlatformDSC / (includes DSC) © Talend 2013
Talend Product Options - PlatformTalend Platform: Universal for Big Data for Data Management for Data Services for Data Services with Big Data for Enterprise Integration for Enterprise Integration with Big Data for MDM for MDM with Big Data © Talend 2013
Talend Product Options - EnterpriseTalend Enterprise: Big Data Data Integration ESB © Talend 2013
Universal ArchitectureDSC / (includes DSC) © Talend 2013
DI / DQ Architecture Data Stewardship Console Data StewardshipDB Data Stewardship Console Data Stewardship Console Web UI © Talend 2013
Data Services ArchitectureDB Data Stewardship Console Data Stewardship Console Web UI © Talend 2013
Data Services with BPM ArchitectureDB Data Stewardship Console Data Stewardship Console Web UI © Talend 2013
ESB Architecture © Talend 2013
MDM / ESB Architecture DSC / (includes DSC) © Talend 2013
Talend Administration Center (TAC)Purpose: Management of the Talend Environment: Environment configuration User / role administration Project administration Job scheduling and execution (Job Conductor) Monitoring Authorisation © Talend 2013
Talend Administration Center (TAC)
Talend Administration Center (TAC)Technical details: Server component Web application – accessed via browser One per Talend environment Hosted on Tomcat, JBoss or Weblogic Talend Installer can install TAC and Tomcat (v6) together Can contain a number of child web applications: AMC, JBoss Drools Guvnor, Kibanna The web application server is typically run as a Service / Daemon © Talend 2013
TAC Database Purpose: Technical details: Server componentDatabase to hold details about the Talend environment (users, configuration, scheduled tasks etc.) Accessed by TAC Technical details: Various relational databases supported Small database – does not hold a large volume of data © Talend 2013
Talend Studio Purpose: Single Studio for all Talend Development tasksDifferent perspectives for different types of development, e.g. ‘Data Integration’, ‘MDM’ etc. Can execute Jobs / DQ reports etc. © Talend 2013
Talend Studio © Talend 2013
Talend Studio Technical details: Client componentBased on Eclipse: Thick client: one per developer © Talend 2013
SVN Repository Purpose: Store for Talend ProjectsContents of projects e.g. Jobs, connections, schema definitions etc. are stored in SVN in Talend metadata format (i.e. properties files, XML files etc.) Does not contain binaries of these Talend objects Shared libraries e.g. JDBC drivers are also stored in SVN Provides a versioning system for Talend objects / projects © Talend 2013
SVN Repository © Talend 2013
SVN Repository Technical details: Server ComponentApache Subversion (often abbreviated SVN, after the command ‘svn’) is a software versioning and revision control system distributed as free software under the Apache License. Can be installed in some circumstances by the Talend Installer, but this is not common Other open source tools build on SVN to provide easy to use management interfaces e.g. Visual SVN Server © Talend 2013
SVN Repository Technical details (cont):By default Talend treats SVN as a ‘black box’ – you should not normally have to interact directly with SVN during day to day development SVN is typically run as a Service / Daemon, often in conjunction with Apache for http access Typically you will have one SVN server per Talend environment, but many configuration options are available. © Talend 2013
Talend CmdLine (CommandLine)Purpose: Performs operations on the Talend repository Most important function is to extract Job metadata from the repository and compile it into executable code when required to do so by the TAC (Job Conductor) Can also be used in a number of different interactive and scripted modes which allow for operation automation (particularly deployment between Talend environments) and mass updates © Talend 2013
Talend CmdLine (CommandLine)
Talend CmdLine (CommandLine)Technical details: Server Component Is actually a copy of the Studio running in non-GUI mode When Studio patches are applied, they should also be applied to the CommandLine Is typically run as a Service / Daemon Normally one CommandLine per Talend environment © Talend 2013
Talend Job Server Purpose: Executes Talend JobsUsed by the Job Conductor within TAC to execute Jobs Can be used by the Talend Studio to execute jobs ‘server side’ © Talend 2013
Talend Job Server © Talend 2013
Talend Job Server Technical details: Server ComponentIs typically run as a Service / Daemon No license restrictions on the number of Job Servers that can be installed This allows placement for maximum performance Various options for resiliency (covered later in this presentation) Can be secured if necessary © Talend 2013
Talend Data Quality PortalPurpose: Allow business users to view Data Quality reports and dashboards via a Web interface © Talend 2013
Talend Data Quality PortalTechnical details: Server component Web application – accessed via browser Can be many instances in a single Talend environment Hosted on Tomcat only (can be same Tomcat as TAC) Talend Installer can install TDQP and Tomcat (v6) together As well as the relational DB for the report data, a HSQL database is also used for environment / user management The web application server is typically run as a Service / Daemon © Talend 2013
Talend DQ Data Mart Purpose:Database that holds the results of the execution of DQ reports Written to by running a report in the Studio and / or a DI Job that executes a specified DQ report © Talend 2013
Talend DQ Data Mart Technical details: Server componentNumber of relational databases supported, subset of those supported by rest of Talend platform Can be many instances in a single Talend environment Small – Medium size database: does not hold any actual source data: Evolutionary Reports: all results from all report runs Basic reports: last run of report © Talend 2013
Talend Data Stewardship ConsolePurpose: Provides a Web UI for Data Stewards to resolve issues with records and possible matches Part of MDM or Standalone Used by MDM Integrated Matching © Talend 2013
Talend Data Stewardship ConsoleTechnical details: Server component Web application – accessed via browser Can be many instances in a single Talend environment Hosted on Tomcat or JBoss If installed with MDM uses MDM authentication system and is a child application of MDM Web UI If Standalone, basic user management via a file Talend Installer can install DSC with TAC or MDM The web application server is typically run as a Service / Daemon © Talend 2013
Talend DSC Database Purpose: Database that holds the DSC tasks
Talend DSC Database Technical details: Server componentNumber of relational databases supported, subset of those supported by rest of Talend platform Can be many instances in a single Talend environment Small – Medium size database: depends on the number of DSC tasks held in the DB at any given time © Talend 2013
Talend MDM Server Purpose: Master Data Management ServerWeb UI for MDM Governance tasks MDM Engine Master Data Indexing Configuration of MDM Storage layer Integrated workflow © Talend 2013
Talend MDM Server © Talend 2013
Talend MDM Server Technical details: Server componentCan be many instances in a single Talend environment, more typically one per environment – runtime licence dependant Runs in a Talend modified version of JBoss (should only be used for Talend MDM) JBoss / MDM are installed by the Talend Installer BPM can run in the same or a different runtime (Talend Platform Universal only) The MDM (JBoss) server is typically run as a Service / Daemon © Talend 2013
Talend MDM Server StoragePurpose: Databases / Schemas to hold: Master Data Staging Data MDM Journal MDM System data Etc. © Talend 2013
Talend MDM Server StorageTechnical details: Server component Number of relational databases supported One set of Databases / Schemas required per MDM server Database can be very large, depending on the volume of Master Data records © Talend 2013
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