The functional architecture of your studio is an architectural model that identifies the studio functions, interactions and corresponding IT needs. The overall architecture has been described by isolating specific functionalities in functional blocks.
The chart below illustrates the main architectural functional blocks explored within the studio.
Three different types of functional blocks are defined:
at least one studio where you can carry out data quality analyses and data integration processes from different perspectives. The Studio(s) is/are connected to a DQ database that stores all the results of the reports and analyses carried on data.
a web-based Talend Data Quality Portal that plugs to the DQ database and extends the dynamic reporting and monitoring capabilities of Talend Data Quality. This Portal is used to access the data generated by the different data quality reports and stored in the DQ database. This portal provides access to a wide range of analytical tools including Reporting, DQ Dashboard, User Dashboard, Analytical Processing (OLAP) and QBE processes.
a shared repository based on an SVN server to store project metadata including Jobs, routines, Business Models and analyses. Another repository based on a database server to store administration metadata including user accounts, access rights and project authorization.