Talend Metadata Manager accelerates time to compliance and improves data accessibility with detailed information about metadata in a data landscape. It harvests metadata from data stores, modeling tools, ETL, and analytics tools to generate a holistic view of the information supply chain in a language that everyone can understand.
- Business Glossary
- Data Governance
- Metadata comparison, integration and mapping
- Version and configuration management (with Talend Metadata Manager Platform Advanced)
- Data life cycle related metadata management
- Lineage and impact analysis
- Enterprise architecture development, management and deployment
- Data documentation
- Data mapping specifications, design and forward-engineering
Talend Metadata Manager editions
- Talend Metadata Manager Platform addresses new projects developed with Talend data platform.
- Talend Metadata Manager Platform Advanced addresses enterprise level initiatives that span across new projects and legacy systems.
User and group assignments
Administrators is the predefined user group that creates users and assigns them to groups.
Groups are used in user interface and role assignments.
Generally, each group represents specific role functions in an organization, such as business users, data stewards and analysts, IT architects and developers.
Talend Metadata Manager user interfaces
- Metadata Explorer: Business users, data stewards and analysts can explore the information system metadata. They can also perform impact analysis and data lineage.
- Metadata Manager: IT
architects and developers can build and maintain the metadata repository, collect
metadata and design the enterprise system architecture.
Administrators can manage users and groups.
Role-based access control
- A security role: determines which actions a user or group can perform on metadata
There are predefined security roles, including Viewer, Editor and Manager.
For more information, see Security roles.
- A workflow role: applies to terms of a business glossary.
There are predefined workflow roles, including Reviewer, Editor, Approver and Publisher.
For more information, see Workflow roles.