Talend, a global leader in cloud and big data integration software, today announced a strategic partnership with T-Systems for the latter’s offerings in the area of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS). T-Systems, a German subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, is using Talend Big Data Integration software to streamline the collection and cleansing of data from a broad range of sources as part of T-Systems’ Big Data platform services.
“We are very proud to be one of the few companies to be a strategic partner of T-Systems, a leading systems integrator in Germany,” says Harald Weimer, managing director of Talend Deutschland GmbH. “T-Systems is a leader in the field of cloud service providers and a key player in Germany in the area of cloud security.”
T-Systems’ Big Data Cloud platform is part of the company’s comprehensive cloud ecosystem. The platform is built on the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS), which it utilizes to integrate and aggregate large data volumes in several different formats. The HDFS framework is suitable for the acquisition, back-up, and processing of large volumes of unstructured information that are primarily generated from machine-to-machine communication, the Internet of Things, and digital networking.
“We decided to partner with Talend because their solution is the leading data integration product in big data in terms of capabilities and value,” clarifies Frank Strecker, SVP Global Cloud Computing & Partner Eco-Systems at T-Systems. “This way, we know that the data integration component of our Big Data Platform is being delivered by a leading technology partner.”
Talend Big Data Integration delivers high-scale, in-memory data processing using Hadoop and Spark that enables companies to turn increasing volumes of data into real-time decisions. It comes with an intuitive, drag-and-drop interface along with more than 900 pre-configured connectors to simplify the integration of multiple data sources and formats.