Solutions Review is proud to release an all new resource for comparing data integration software, the Data Integration Buyer’s Guide. Solutions Review has developed this buyer’s guide to assist buyers in search of the best possible tool to fit the needs of their organization. This resource features 10 important questions to ask during the buying process, and full, one-page vendor profiles that provide a solution overview, three key features, contact information and our own ‘Bottom Line’ analysis.
Top providers highlighted include: Actian, Adeptia, Alooma, Attunity, Celigo, Cleo, Cloud Elements, Dell Boomi, Denodo, HVR Software, Hitachi Vantara, IBM, Informatica, Jitterbit, Keboola, Microsoft, MuleSoft, Oracle, SAP, SAS, SnapLogic, Striim, Syncsort, Talend, Tamr, TIBCO Software, TMMData and Xplenty.
As data volumes grow, we expect to see a continued push by providers in this space to adopt core capabilities of horizontal technology sectors. Organizations are keen on adopting these changes as well, and continue to allocate resources toward the providers that can not only connect data lakes and Hadoop to their analytic frameworks, but cleanse, prepare, and govern data. The next-generation of tools will offer a variety of ways for enterprises to split the demands of integration so that they may integrate data, applications, and business processes with partners and growing customer bases.
Traditional data integration providers continue to offer legacy capabilities for bulk/batch, message-oriented movement, and replication. However, the space has split into two distinct categories, one for on-prem tools, and the other for cloud-based Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS). Traditional products, like those offered by HVR Software, IBM, and Adeptia, still reign supreme in large, enterprise settings, but face increased competition from cloud SaaS vendors such as Dell Boomi, Jitterbit, and SnapLogic.
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