This blog post was first published on the Talend Blog.
With the world becoming more connected and data savvy with every passing year, there’s a rising need for businesses to efficiently manage the trillions of bytes of data that they capture, and gain insights from them. Talend helps businesses do exactly this while boosting developer productivity and reducing time-to-value for ETL data warehouse projects. Talend for Big Data is seeing rapid growth, emerging as a must-have tool for quickly and effectively cleansing and analyzing Big Data. That’s one reason Edureka has partnered with Talend, the global leader in Big Data integration, to develop a comprehensive course on Talend. You can check out the upcoming schedule for Edureka’s instructor-led, online course on Talend here.
Talend for Big Data
Talend has already been named in the “Visionaries” quadrant of the “Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools” by Gartner in 2015 and the industry outlook looks bright. Therefore it does not come as a surprise that the demand for Talend developers who can manage, transform, store and transform data, and effectively represent it, is at an all-time high!
Talend Job Roles
The ease with which developers can build data integration workflows that clean, transform and integrate data on Hadoop on top of YARN or Mesos makes it a popular choice among Big Data professionals.
There is a never-before-seen demand for professionals who can leverage the power of HDFS, Pig and Hive for ETL and data warehousing. Using Talend allows employers to get the benefits of these technologies without getting into the programming depth required for Hadoop.
Some of the popular job roles are:
- Talend Developer
- Talend ETL Developer
- Talend Admin
Talend for Big Data Salary Trends
A quick search on Indeed.com shows that the average salary of a Talend Developer in the United States is $105,000 with the number of job postings nationwide showing steady growth as indicated by the graph given below.
Companies such as Deloitte, United Health Group and Xerox are looking for developers with Talend know-how. India is not far behind, with data-driven companies such as GE, Capgemini, Visa Inc. and L&T Infotech looking for Talend developers.
Talend Career Path
According to IDC, Big Data management is critical to converting data into value, with typically 80 percent of an analytics project dedicated to the gathering and preparing the data for analysis. In such a scenario, there are plenty of career opportunities available for Talend developers who can easily connect, consolidate, and cleanse massive volumes of data.
Talend is a rewarding career path that can open up immense opportunities in Big Data. A few other career tracks Talend training equips you to follow are ETL, Data Warehousing, Data Analyst, Data Scientist and Back-End support system.
Data integration has never been more intense than it is today in our era of Big Data, and there has never been a better time to up-skill with Talend. With major shifts taking place in data architectures, in particular around Big Data, cloud, and open source, organizations are reconsidering their data management strategies. This can only mean that the demand for Talend certified professionals is going to shoot through the roof in the coming years!
Edureka has partnered with Talend to develop a comprehensive and in-depth online Talend course. This course is aimed to help you leverage the power of HDFS, Pig and Hive using Talend for ETL and Data Warehousing without getting into the programming depth required for Hadoop. Get Talend certified and unlock new career opportunities in Big Data! New sessions are starting soon; click here to know more.
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