The Talend Runtime package includes:
Talend ESB Container (Talend Runtime container), which is a ready to be used OSGi container allowing you to deploy all your features, as well as the following infrastructure services:
Service Locator, a ready-to-be-used failover and load balancer tool (based on Apache Zookeeper) allowing you to dynamically register your endpoints;
Service Activity Monitoring, a monitoring tool facilitating the capture of analysis of service activity;
Security Token Service, a framework allowing clients and services to securely and transparently authenticate during connections.
Apache ActiveMQ, which is a message broker enabling to support different messaging options.
Run Talend Runtime Container
Go to subdirectory <TalendRuntimePath>\container\bin of Talend Runtime installation directory.
Run the trun.bat or trun.sh file.
When the container starts up, you will see a short introduction (similar to the one below) followed by the Talend Runtime container console command prompt.
Instead of the individual start commands that you can find in the following sections, you can also use:
in the container, which starts the Service Locator, Service Activity Monitoring server and the Security Token Service.
Run Apache ActiveMQ
Go to subdirectory <TalendRuntimePath>\activemq\bin of Talend Runtime installation directory.
Run the activemq.bat on Windows, or type in the following command on Linux and MacOS:
Run Service Locator
To run Service Locator inside Talend Runtime, type in the container console window:
To run Service Locator independently:
Go to subdirectory <TalendRuntimePath>\zookeeper\bin of Talend Runtime installation directory.
Run the following command:
Run Service Activity Monitoring
To run the Service Activity Monitoring server within the Talend Runtime container, type the following in your console:
This will also automatically start an Apache Derby database.
The Service Activity Monitoring within Talend Runtime can only be used with Apache Derby. If you would like to use one of the other supported databases, use the Tomcat deployment of the Service Activity Monitoring server.