The 10 Best Integration Platform as a Service Solutions for 2019

The 10 Best Integration Platform as a Service Solutions for 2019

The marketplace for the best Integration Platform as a Service solutions is crowded with excellent software tools for a variety of use cases, verticals, deployment methods and budgets. By its very nature, the iPaaS model incorporates both EAI and self-service data preparation products. These services operate in the cloud, and can connect data sources in the cloud to applications that are on-premise and vice versa.

This market is extremely new, having just attained prominence in 2015, and in some ways it’s still finding its feet. Solutions are generally more focused on quickly connecting systems, as opposed to providing large amounts of granular options. The market is also new enough that it’s difficult to tell which vendor offerings will scale best with increasing data requirements.  In an attempt to assist you with what can become a daunting task of selecting the right product, these are the top-10 best Integration Platform as a Service solutions for 2019.

Actian

Actian provides Data Management tools that enable automated action across various business operations. With support for Big Data, Actian DataConnect integrates with a wide range of data volumes and sources on-premises, in the cloud, or in hybrid environments. The tool’s visual interface was designed to allow for integrating disparate data in real-time or via the batch process. The company’s Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) solution Actian DataCloud features enterprise-grade functionality that business users can handle.

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Dell Boomi

The Dell Boomi AtomSphere Integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) supports a variety of integration processes between cloud platforms, Saas applications, and on-premises systems. It utilizes a visual interface to configure application integrations that features drag-and-drop and data mapping. The runtime engine, Boomi Atom, allows integrations to be deployed whenever needed via the Boomi Atom Cloud, public or private cloud, or on-prem. Regardless of deployment option, integration processes are managed directly through the Boomi platform.

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Celigo

Celigo’s integrator.io platform is an Integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) tool that provides business users with a set of wizards to build data flows between systems without the help of IT. Non-technical users utilize a data loader to upload data to cloud applications via SmartConnectors. Requiring no coding, SmartConnectors are prebuilt integrations between NetSuite, Salesforce and many other applications. Celigo’s integration platform is offered as a subscription service, and can be purchased in standard, premium or enterprise.

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HVR Software

HVR offers a variety of integration types, including cloud, data lake and real-time integration, database and file replication, and database migration. The company allows organizations to move data bi-directionally between on-prem solutions and the cloud. Real-time data movement continuously analyzes changes in data generated by transactional systems, machines, sensors, mobile devices and websites.

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Informatica

Informatica’s Data Integration platform provides development tools to help prototype and operationalize data, and can simplify and accelerate integration with out-of-the-box purpose-built connectors. Informatica’s visual development interface increases productivity and help to ensure that open source platform innovations can be adopted without sacrificing maintainability or reusability. Informatica also provides Data Management and Integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) functionality that solve a wide variety of enterprise use cases from cloud data warehousing to business process analytics.

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Jitterbit

Jitterbit’s graphical “no-coding” approach simplifies the configuration and management of otherwise complex integration projects. Available in the cloud or on-premise, Jitterbit automatically discovers system configurations and allows non-technical users to point and click to define source and target systems, drag-and-drop to map data transformations, and run integration operations on batch, trickle or real-time schedules.

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MuleSoft

MuleSoft is a B2B application delivery network that connects data, applications and devices with APIs. It enables organizations to improve their applications through integration while also providing API connectivity to a wide variety of on-premises and cloud-based applications and systems. The California-based vendor provides both iPaaS and traditional integration tools. Anypoint Platform is MuleSoft’s integration application and API suite. It comprises a toolset that enables organizations to create, integrate, model, build, and deploy services, APIs and applications.

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Talend

Talend’s integration products provide an extensible, highly-performing, open source set of tools to access, transform and integrate data from any business system in real-time or batch to meet both operational and analytical data integration needs. Talend connects natively to databases, packaged applications (ERP, CRM, etc.), SaaS and cloud applications, mainframes, files, web services, data warehouses, data marts and OLAP applications.

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TIBCO Scribe

TIBCO Scribe offers no-coding data tools that can be used to integrate virtually any application, data source or Software as a Service platform. Scribe Online is the company’s cloud based Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) tool that provides application integration via a graphical interface for developers and business analysts. Scribe Insight connects business systems with a suite of on-demand adapters for CRM and ERP applications to streamline integration projects for users that prefer to work on-premises.

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Youredi

Youredi connects to all IT systems and can be hosted in an organization’s private data center or in the cloud. Youredi Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) provides adapters that simplify connecting to on-premise and public applications. The platform also makes it possible to combine traditional batch-based transfers with modern event-based protocols including large-volume IoT scenarios. This effectively enables businesses to combine legacy data with modern interfaces for real-time integration.

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