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24 February 2011, 12:48

Land Registry deploys open source data management

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The UK Land Registry, the government agency that maintains land property records, has recently deployed an open source data management from Talend to support its business intelligence.

The Talend Integration Suite will allow the Land Registry to ensure the provision of consistent data to its data warehouse and business intelligence project. Talend provides open source-based data management products which are designed to allow businesses to manage the flow of data through their organisation and to perform ETL (Extract, Transform and Load) operations efficiently. "Being open source, Talend Integration Suite can integrate with all existing legacy systems and is ideal for supporting new and evolving projects such as Land Registry’s BI project" said Talend VP François Méro. Talend's GPL2 licensed open source products are available to download from the company's web site.

The many services provided by the Land Registry include comprehensive and independent free access to recorded house prices across the UK, a key economic indicator, and it is the central reference for all legal matters pertaining to land ownership and use.

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