3.8 out of 5 (18 Ratings)
Mar 20, 2017
A functionally rich tool with comparable capabilities to existing ETL platforms. Key for us was the coverage for nontraditional integration points allowing us to combine ETL / DI patterns
Mar 9, 2017
Talend technical / sales team is very engaging through the product selection, POC phases. Very knowledgeable in terms of guiding the right suite and selections..
Mar 6, 2017
Training and consulting services provided by Talend have been mostly positive. Working with third party vendors have been problematic.
Feb 23, 2017
Overall Jaspersoft ETL has been good to our organization. It definitely speeds up development time, reduces the amount of code we maintain, and is easy to train new users in.
Dec 7, 2016
Product is excellent. Its breadth of offering is very strong. Good customer community for the open source products. Not enough documentation for the paid product's enhanced features. (ESB)
Nov 30, 2016
Product has rich functionality . still need to mature to become enterprise grade
Aug 17, 2016
An outstanding business model utilizing open source strategy to gain widespread adoption. The base open studio product is fully functional and provides enterprise level capabilities. In addition it is not a black box, on the contrary, it is a java code generator therefore anything you build can be looked at via source code. It has matured over the years and has proven in our environment to be easier to create, test, support, and deploy vs. our legacy custom built solutions. I have had nothing but good experiences injecting this technology into our environment.
Jul 30, 2016
Talend is you get what you get kind of situation. While having a "simple" GUI is nice in theory, there is a lack of flexibility. We deployed Talend in order to replace our own custom code but ended up with something that was harder to deploy, lacked industry standard version control, and regularly upset our developers.
Mar 30, 2016
The functionality meets our requirements, the performance of the IDE and the management console is not satisfying.
Feb 24, 2016
nothing to add