Release directory structure - Cloud - 8.0

Talend ESB Container Administration Guide

Version
Cloud
8.0
Language
English
Product
Talend Cloud
Talend Data Fabric
Talend Data Services Platform
Talend ESB
Talend MDM Platform
Talend Open Studio for ESB
Talend Real-Time Big Data Platform
Module
Talend ESB
Talend Runtime
Content
Administration and Monitoring
Design and Development
Installation and Upgrade

The Talend ESB software may be downloaded from https://www.talend.com/download/?utm_medium=help&utm_source=help_content.

There are three versions of ESB Runtime:
  • TESB_SE, the open source edition which includes:
    • Karaf with Service Locator, Service Registry, Service Activity Monitoring, and Security Token Service features
    • ActiveMQ
    • Zookeeper
    • Docs
    • Examples
  • Talend-ESB, the licensed edition provided for on-premise users which includes:
    • Karaf with Service Locator, Service Registry, Service Activity Monitoring, Security Token Service, JobServer, and Data Mapper features
    • ActiveMQ
    • Zookeeper
    • Docs
    • Examples
  • Talend-Runtime: The licensed edition provided for Talend Cloud users which includes:
    • Karaf with Service Locator, Service Registry, Service Activity Monitoring, Security Token Service, JobServer, and Data Mapper features

Patches work for both Talend-ESB and Talend-Runtime. For more information on how to apply a patch, see the PATCH_RELEASE_NOTE.html included in the patch zip.

The term <TalendRuntimePath> is used for the directory where ESB Runtime is installed. This is typically the full path of either TESB_SE, Talend-ESB or Talend-Runtime, depending on the version of the software that is being used. Please substitute appropriately.

For TESB_SE and Talend-ESB, the Talend Runtime Container is in <TalendRuntimePath>/container, but if there are several containers, this may be actually <TalendRuntimePath>/container2, and so on. For Talend-Runtime, the Talend Runtime Container path is Talend-Runtime itself. In this document, <RuntimeContainerPath> is used to indicate the related container path.