Part of our ongoing coverage of the enterprise Data Integration software market involves covering the various solution providers that make up the sector. Today’s Big Data vendors come in many different forms, shapes and sizes, and it’s common for the eye to focus on the shiny new toy; those providers who something never-before-seen or innovate. While those trends are certainly worth keeping tabs of, we recognize that reporting on the Data Integration behemoths may be even more crucial given the ease with which they are recognized, and the trust they have earned among organizations who have used their tools for many years.
The 6 following Data Integration software makers have recently been named leaders in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools, and while each company’s market share differs, these tools shape the foundation of the Data Integration software market, with emerging providers only hoping to replicate the kind of success that these software giants have earned over a period of time. In a market undergoing a revolution to transform the way data processing is done in the enterprise, these providers stand out as rock-solid cornerstones that offer tools for a wide variety of use cases, making them the most trustworthy of the bunch.
Informatica is a leading provider of Data Integration software. Informatica’s enterprise Data Integration and management solutions and both mainframe and cloud based and include data governance, data migration, data quality, data synchronization and data warehousing. The Informatica enterprise Data Integration product family is scalable, high-performance enterprise Data Integration software. These products access and integrate data from virtually any business system, in any format, and deliver that data throughout the enterprise at any speed. The Informatica Platform enables a wide variety of complex enterprise-wide Data Integration initiatives through the following technologies: Enterprise Data Integration, Data Quality, Master Data Management (“MDM”), B2B Data Exchange, Application Information Lifecycle Management (“ILM”), Complex Event Processing, Ultra Messaging, and Cloud Data Integration.
IBM InfoSphere Information Server provides a rich set of information integration and governance capabilities that enable you to integrate Big Data with your traditional enterprise data and gain critical business insights. The end-to-end information integration capabilities of InfoSphere Information Server allow you to understand your data, cleanse, monitor, transform, and deliver data. Included component are the InfoSphere DataStage, which integrates data across multiple and high volumes of data sources and target application; InfoSphere QualityStage to ensure systems deliver accurate and complete information to business users across the enterprise; and InfoSphere Business Glossary, which enables users to create, manage and share an enterprise vocabulary and classification system.
SAP is the market and technology leader in business management software, solutions, and services for improving your business process. The company’s best-known software products are its enterprise resource planning application systems. SAP BusinessObjects Integration software provides direct connectivity to enterprise applications. This enables you to consolidate and transform vast amounts of data into reports, analyses, visualizations, and dashboards while helping ensure data security and compliance. With SAP BusinessObjects Integration, your organization can leverage a single Business Intelligence (BI) solution for better informed, faster decision making and business performance optimization.
Oracle Data Integrator is a comprehensive data integration platform that covers all data integration requirements: from high-volume, high-performance batch loads, to event-driven, trickle-feed integration processes, to SOA-enabled data services. It is fully integrated with Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Database, and Exadata as well as out-of-box integration with ERPs, CRMs, B2B systems, flat files, XML data, LDAP, JDBC, and ODBC. Oracle Data Integration delivers bulk or real-time data from heterogeneous systems; Log-based real-time change data capture (CDC) for minimizing impact on source systems; eliminating middle-tier transformation server for reduced TCO. Oracle’s Data Integration solutions are optimized and certified for Oracle Exadata and can speed data loads to Exadata by 500%.
Founded in 2005, Talend is an open-source software vendor that provides Data Integration, data management, enterprise application integration and Big Data software and solutions. Talend’s data 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. With 450+ connectors, it integrates almost any data source. The broad range of use cases addressed include: massive scale integration (Big Data/ NoSQL), ETL for Business Intelligence and data warehousing, data synchronization, data migration, data sharing, and data services.
SAS is a leader in business analytics software and services, and is the largest independent vendor in the Business Intelligence market. SAS Data Integration provides capabilities for enterprise data access and processing across systems and platforms; integrated data quality and an interactive, visual data integration development environment that enables collaboration and easy reusability, all with a single point of IT administration. SAS Data Management Advanced enables organizations to extract, transform and load (ETL) data from across many different sources to create consistent, accurate information. A point-and-click process design desktop makes it easy to build logical workflows, quickly identify input and output data flows, and create business rules in metadata.
For an in-depth look at more of the top Data Management solutions for the enterprise, consult our online vendor directory.
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