Introduction to the Talend products - 6.3

Talend MDM Platform Installation Guide for Solaris

Talend MDM Platform
Installation and Upgrade
Talend Administration Center
Talend CommandLine
Talend ESB
Talend JobServer
Talend Runtime

The present section lists all the elements required for using the Talend products. To ease their management, we recommend that you centralize all the server modules on one single system.


Make sure you install the same version of each Talend application.

  • An application server that hosts Talend Administration Center and all its server modules.

  • A database server storing the administration metadata of Talend Administration Center (by default, an embedded H2 database is used).

  • A database server storing data quality reports and analyses managed by Talend Data Quality Portal.

  • A database server storing golden or master data records managed by Talend Data Stewardship Console (if your license includes the Data Stewardship option).

  • A version control system for Project metadata.

  • A Web browser to access Web applications:

    • Talend Administration Center where projects, users and processes can be managed and administrated. For more information, see the Talend Administration Center User Guide.

    • Data Quality Portal that extends the dynamic reporting and monitoring capabilities of Talend Studio. For more information, see the Talend Data Quality Portal User and Administrator Guide.

    • MDM Web User Interface, where business users and data stewards can search, display or edit master data handled by the Talend Studio. For more information, see the Talend MDM Web User Interface User Guide.

    • Talend Data Preparation that allows you to import your data, from local files or other sources, and cleanse or enrich it by creating new preparations on this data.

    • Talend Data Stewardship that allows campaign owners and data stewards to manage campaigns and tasks.

    • Talend Dictionary Service that allows you to add, remove or edit the semantic types used on data in the Web applications.

  • A Nexus artifact repository in which are stored software updates, external libraries and artifacts.

  • Execution servers (JobServers) or Talend Runtime execution containers (based on Apache Karaf) to deploy and execute processes.

  • An MDM Server, necessary to use the MDM perspective of Talend Studio and Talend MDM Web User Interface.

  • A Studio API to carry out technical processes. For more information, see the Talend Studio User Guide.

  • A Talend Activity Monitoring Console, providing detailed monitoring capabilities that can be used to consolidate the collected log information. For more information, see the Talend Activity Monitoring Console User Guide.

Each of these elements is detailed in the following sub-sections.