Solutions Review is proud to release an all new resource for comparing data integration software, the Data Integration Vendor Map. Solutions Review has developed this new product comparison guide to assist buyers in search of the best possible tool to fit the needs of their organization. This resource features an at-a-glance reference for 24 data integration players, the solutions they provide, and the markets they address.
Top providers highlighted include: Actian, Adeptia, Alooma, Celigo, Cleo, Cloud Elements, Dell Boomi, Denodo, HVR Software, Hitachi Vantara, IBM, Informatica, Jitterbit, Keboola, Microsoft, MuleSoft, SAS, SnapLogic, Striim, Talend, Tamr, TIBCO Software, TMMData and Xplenty.
Data integration grew out of extract, transform, and load (ETL) tools, which were designed simply take data from one source, transform that data until it’s in a form that another application can recognize, and then load it into that application. A basic example would be taking raw financial data from a bunch of receipts, putting them into a spreadsheet and loadingit into an accounting program.
As time went on, enterprises began to both generate more data and expect more from it. In response, integration tools have become both more user-friendly and more granular. Administrators can choose to migrate data either in transactionsor in batches, they can transform and filter data during run time, and they can even set up conditions where the integrationplatform handles errors automatically.
Businesses now face a bewildering array of choices and options around various types and features of data integration platforms. What platform is best for a particular business?
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