We performed a comparison between erwin Data Catalog by Quest and Talend Open Studio based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out what your peers are saying about SAP, Alation, Informatica and others in Metadata Management.
"When you combine it with data lineage, every time you need to make a change, it allows you to do impact analysis on any changes and then connect to the end-users or data stewards so that they can be aware that a change is coming. That's one of the main benefits we use it for."
"Talend lets you do everything — mapping, workflow, and orchestration — in a single place."
"Talend Open Studio is easy to create jobs. We use the basic functionality and it is very good."
"Talend is safe to use because it is very restrictive. It is easy to use when one learns how to manipulate data with SQL."
"The main differentiator that I have seen between Talend and other data integration tools is the ability to view the data pipeline in the form of a program."
"I didn't have many problems installing it. It seemed very straightforward to me."
"It is user-friendly and the interface is good."
"The most valuable features of Talend Open Studio are customization and integration."
"Talend can connect to multiple data sources, including relational data sources, ERP, CRM, and others."
"There are always ways to improve things. For example, we can use AI to be able to find out something. When we are typing something, if we don't know the exact term, Artificial Intelligence would be useful to find terms that are phonetically or syntactically similar. Instead of having to type in the exact name, they can provide those in the list. So, they can provide AI support for the search because when you have thousands and thousands of terms, it is hard to remember all the names."
"In terms of features, it has all the features that I need. However, it consumes a lot of resources. It is using a lot of RAM, and they need to fix the issue related to resource consumption. It currently requires more than 24 gigabytes of RAM, which is a big amount of RAM."
"In the next release, Open Studio should include cloud storage as an input."
"As for improvement or additional features, I would like to know how to use Java in Talend and also how to use Talend in the cloud or in big data. I would prefer to have storage directly on Talend."
"In terms of what can be improved, the scheduling is not there in the sister version, while it is there in the cloud one, which is a paid version. If all kinds of scheduling could be available on the Open Studio that we generally use and practice on, that would be great. The scheduling of the data migration is currently not available in the sister version of Talend Open Studio that we are working on. It is available in the advanced version of the Talend. This is the one thing that can be improvised."
"Talent consumes a lot of resources on my PC."
"Talend Open Studio has a lot of capabilities, but there is some restriction. For example, if we want to connect to an SAP system, Open Studio cannot do it. We need to go with an enterprise version. Additionally, the monitoring features could improve."
"Multiple products are there within the product suite. That can be actually trimmed down."
"We need more components to be more efficient. We use a lot of components, such as Salesforce, and it's not easy to use. There's are minor bugs and it's not easy to use some of the features."
erwin Data Catalog (DC), part of the erwin Data Intelligence Suite, automates enterprise metadata management, including data mapping, code generation, data profiling, data lineage and impact analysis. It integrates and activates data in a single, unified catalog in accordance with business requirements by scheduling ongoing scans of metadata from the widest array of data sources, keeping metadata current with full versioning and change management, and easily mapping data elements from source to target, including data at rest and in motion, and harmonize data integration across platforms.
Talend Open Studio is a free, open source ETL tool for data integration and Big Data. The solution enables you to extract diverse datasets and normalize and transform them into a consistent format which can be loaded into a number of third-party databases and applications.
Talend Open Studio Features
Talend Open Studio has many valuable key features. Some of the most useful ones include:
Talend Open Studio Benefits
There are several benefits to implementing Talend Open Studio. Some of the biggest advantages the solution offers include:
Reviews from Real Users
Below are some reviews and helpful feedback written by PeerSpot users currently using the Talend Open Studio solution.
Elio B., Data Integration Specialist/CTO at Asset messages, says, "The solution has a good balance between automated items and the ability for a developer to integrate and extend what he needs. Other competing tools do not offer the same grade of flexibility when you need to go beyond what is provided by the tool. Talend, on the other hand, allows you to expand very easily."
A Practice Head, Analytics at a tech services company mentions, “The data integration aspect of the solution is excellent. The product's data preparation features are very good. There's very useful data stewardship within the product. From a technical standpoint, the solution itself is pretty good. There are very good pre-built connectors in Talend, which is good for many clients or businesses, as, in most cases, companies are dealing with multiple data sources from multiple technologies. That is where a tool like Talend is extremely helpful.”
Prerna T., Senior System Executive at a tech services company, comments, “The best thing I have found with Talend Open Studio is their major support for the lookups. With Salesforce, when we want to relate our child objects to their parent object, we need to create them via IDs. Then the upsert operation, which will allow you to relate a child object to the event, will have an external ID. That is the best thing which keeps it very sorted. I like that.”
An Implementation Specialist, Individual Contributor at a computer software company, states, “I can connect with different databases such as Oracle Database or SQL Server. It allows you to extract the data from one database to another. I can structure the data by filtering and mapping the fields.” He also adds, “It is very user-friendly. You need to know the basics of SQL development or SQL queries, and you can use this tool.”
PeerSpot user Badrakh V., Information System Architect at Astvision, explains, "The most valuable features are the ETL tools."
erwin Data Catalog by Quest is ranked 10th in Metadata Management with 1 review while Talend Open Studio is ranked 5th in Data Integration Tools with 15 reviews. erwin Data Catalog by Quest is rated 8.0, while Talend Open Studio is rated 7.6. The top reviewer of erwin Data Catalog by Quest writes "Helps with metadata management, saves time, and allows us to do impact analysis on any changes". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Talend Open Studio writes "Popular open-source ETL tool in Singapore/ South East Asia; Connects to Big Data; Easy to spot errors with generated Java code". erwin Data Catalog by Quest is most compared with WhereScape RED, Alation Data Catalog, Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog, SAP Information Steward and Azure Data Factory, whereas Talend Open Studio is most compared with SSIS, AWS Glue, Azure Data Factory, IBM InfoSphere DataStage and Talend Data Fabric.
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