OpenLegacy Offers Turnkey Access to Hard-to-Reach Legacy Data for Joint Customers with Talend
Organizations can now easily and quickly connect, enrich, manage, and share legacy data sources
OpenLegacy, the pioneer in digital-driven integration for core legacy systems, announced a collaboration with Talend to help organizations combine cloud data assets with their legacy environments. Joint customers will be able to take advantage of their legacy data via an automated process that connects, governs, transforms and shares hard-to-reach data such as VSAM, AS400, Adabas, and IMS databases.
“Teaming with OpenLegacy extends the benefits of trusted, compliant and timely data to organizations that currently struggle to combine legacy data with their cloud data assets,” stated Rolf Heimes, global head of business development for Talend. “This combination enables organizations to achieve optimal value from all their operational and analytical data.”
Talend Data Fabric is the only data integration and integrity platform that simplifies all aspects of working with data for analysis and use, driving critical business outcomes. Talend Data Fabric includes a suite of apps to ensure enterprise data is complete, clean, compliant, and readily available to everyone who needs it throughout the organization.
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OpenLegacy complements the Talend platform by generating cloud-native SDKs for legacy infrastructures, making it quick and easy to connect legacy data sources. Talend’s market-leading data integration and quality solution enables organizations to collect, govern, transform and share data, turning their data into a strategic asset that powers their business and unlocks value.
“OpenLegacy is pleased to be working with Talend to provide mutual customers with streamlined access to previously hard-to-reach mainframe and other core legacy data systems. Our collaboration with Talend is a great example of the continued expansion of OpenLegacy through indirect channels,” stated Bo Luongo, global senior vice president of alliances and business development for OpenLegacy.
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