Talend, Couchbase Team Up To Ease Adoption of NoSQL for Big Data Solutions
Open source software company Talend and NoSQL database provider Couchbase are teaming up to on technologies to boost deployment and integration of NoSQL for enterprise solutions. Under the deal, Talend Platform for Big Data and Talend Open Studio for Big Data will provide out-of-the-box support, certified for use with Couchbase Server.
Talend and NoSQL provider Couchbase are teaming up on technologies to boost deployment and integration of NoSQL for enterprise-caliber big data solutions.
Talend will work with Couchbase to provide native support in Talend’s big data solutions, providing out-of-the-box support to make it easier for enterprises to deploy NoSQL, officials from both companies said. In specific, the Talend Platform for Big Data and Talend Open Studio for Big Data – are certified for use with Couchbase Server.
Together, the Talend and Couchbase can help their joint customers more quickly adopt NoSQL, and more easily integrate Couchbase into the existing information architectures, according to CEOs from Talend and Couchbase.
“As the adoption of NoSQL databases skyrockets as a viable alternative to traditional databases, Talend is leading the charge to integrate these next-generation technologies with the rest of the information system,” said Fabrice Bonan, co-founder and chief technical officer, Talend, in a statement.
For his part, Bob Wiederhold, Couchbase CEO noted the partnership will more easily allow users to take advantage if NoSQL’s “flexible data model, easy scalability, consistent high performance and always-on data availability.”
Talend supports Couchbase’s NoSQL database to provide high-performance, real-time read/write access to big data. Further, Talend’s unified platform will allow information to flow between a wide variety of data sources, including between NoSQL and other systems, officials said.
The Couchbase Server 2.0 is a document-oriented NoSQL database that delivers fast response times and reliability for key web and mobile apps. Couchbase’s JSON-based data model, lets devs build apps without having to deal with the restrictions associated with a relational database schema, Wiederhold noted.
Talend Open Studio for Big Data, which is built on Talend’s open source integration technology, Talend Open Studio, is a set of open source products for developing, testing, deploying and administrating data management and application integration projects, Bonan said. Talend delivers a unified platform to make data management and application integration easier for devs and operations IT by offering a unified environment for managing the entire lifecycle across the enterprise, he added. It includes an Eclipse-based graphical environment that combines data integration, data quality, MDM, application integration and big data.
The Talend/Couchbase partnership hits the market as enterprise interest in NoSQL is also rising, according to one analyst. Matt Aslett, research director, data management and analytics, 451 Research, said the use of NoSQL databases has grown rapidly over the last five years, because customers are looking for alternative ways to deliver scalability, performance and data model flexibility.
“As NoSQL adoption becomes more mainstream, integration such as that being offered by Couchbase and Talend will enable customers to manage the complexity and variety of data formats required for modern applications,” Aslett said in the statement.