Hi Talend team Thank you for a great product! Im looking for a hardware requirements scale that will enable me to tell our firm what to buy. We are going to use Talend Integration between SQL Server and Salesforce. The information that I have found is limited, and I keep going in circles as one pages refers to another which refers back to the first. I think I may be looking the wrong places, but I hope you can help me. This is where I have found some info so far.
Hi Philip, Good to see such descriptive post... Talend is a code generator tool based on Java. Talend can handle very complex transformations very effectively, so there is no issue with transformation... - HDD is again proportional to disk space occupied by your source data and target data size... 1TB is good for almost all activities - RAM - 4 GB Ram is good to even process 1M records - lots of workarounds and practices are available to manage the big and complex data using various transformations. - CPU - any current data CPU should suffice the purpose of all of requirement... at the end Java would be handling everything I hope you got some idea. Thanks Vaibhav
Hi Vaibhav Thank you for your reply, it definitly help me move forward. I know that it all depends on data, what I was looking for was some kind of convertion table. Which would enable me to say to my company that if you have
Q number of tables with X amount of rows, Y number of columns, and Z number transformations, and it has a frequency of N number per day
Then you have Q*X*Y*Z*N and therefore you need
X number of RAM X amount of HDD X amount og Ghz on X number of processors.
Would it be possible to create such a lookup table, that could be used as a guide? For CPU would a quadro or duo CPU be prefered, or roughly how many Ghz would you say? Again, thank you for your time and answer. Kind regards, Philip
Hi, I have a Acer laptop with 4GB RAM and i7 Processor and I am using Talend-64 Bit. I am facing a lot of issues in terms of speed and it hangs multiple times even if the file size is not huge. Please let me know what needs to be done.