Powerful ETL Through Code Generation
4 April 1:50PM - 2:40PM @ Ballroom E
50 minutes conference
Most modern ETL tools have the same basic parts. They all contain ways to manage data sources and formats, and they all allow you to define data flows. One important difference is how different tools perform the final, most critical part: reliable execution of those data flows, in both test and production environments. Some ETL tools are engine based, where information about the data flow is delivered to a centrally-located engine to be interpreted and executed. Others are code generators, where the data flow is converted into source code (Java, frequently) and executed like any other program. The engine-based approach is more common. However, ETL code generation tools can be much more robust due to the versatility of their underlying programming languages, which have their own connector ecosystems. In this session, Cédric Carbone from Talend will discuss the virtues of each approach, and demonstrate situations where the code generator approach to ETL provides power and unique flexibility.
Chief Technical Officer, Talend
Cédric Carbone is Talend's Chief Technical Officer since its inception, where he manages the data integration, data quality, Big Data, MDM and ESB products lines with an international team of more than 140 R&D engineers. He's also a Board Member at the Eclipse Foundation and OW2 consortium. Cédric has lectured at several universities on technical topics such as XML or Web Services. He holds a Master's Degree in Computer Science and an Advanced Degree in Document Engineering.
Community Manager, Talend
Community Manager at Talend - abstract submitter for conferences.