Petals Link and Talend announce product integration and partnership

Flexibility and scalability of information systems are two main objectives of companies today. Forrester, an independent technology and market research company, in a recent article noted the growing importance of the role of enterprise architects in IT.

However, in this period of uncertainty policy makers are scrutinizing budgets and looking, more than ever, for the best price, simplicity and maintainability of infrastructure related solutions. Gartner is also advising enterprises to choose the most simple and flexible solution, to control cost of ownership and maximize investments in infrastructure.

From the outset Petals Link has focused on offering a simple, pragmatic and all-encompassing solution for answering enterprise flexibility and scalability issues.
The Petals SOA software suite provides enterprise architects with all the necessary technologies, including a wide array of application integration connectors and data transformation utilities, to design and deploy robust, business critical solutions.

Petals Link is always striving for an evermore simple and potent solution, allowing even easier deployment of your SOA infrastructure.

We are pleased to announce a partnership with Talend, a market leader in master data management (MDM) solutions. Through integration with Petals ESB the Talend / Petals Link solution simplifies the challenge of inter-application database integration and enhances Talend technologies' data transformation features and capabilities.

A demonstration of combined products took place during the European tradeshow and conference, Solutions Linux 2010, held in Paris each year. Cédric Carbone (CTO of Talend), Vincent Zurczak (product leader, Petals Link) and Pascal Portes (sales director, Petals Link) showed the ease of integration and added efficiency of Petals ESB transformations powered with Talend ETL engines. (see Talend & Petals Link presentation slides).

I hope our newsletter has been an exciting read and I wish you the very best success with your present and future IT projects.

Bertrand Escudié, CEO