Top 8 Data Integration Tools
Informatica PowerCenterAzure Data FactorySSISTalend Open StudioHitachi Lumada Data IntegrationOracle Data Integrator (ODI)SAP Data ServicesIBM InfoSphere DataStage
This provides very good efficiency as it enables us to quickly find our data needs reports and the data, so we can build AI models.
The most valuable aspects of Informatica PowerCenter are the many features, ease of use, and user-friendliness.
Microsoft supported us when we planned to provision Azure Data Factory over a private link. As a result, we received excellent support from Microsoft.
SSIS is an easy way to do data integration from various data sources. It doesn't matter whether it's a database, flat files, XML, or Web API. It can talk to the and join them all together.
The main differentiator that I have seen between Talend and other data integration tools is the ability to view the data pipeline in the form of a program.
It has a really friendly user interface, which is its main feature. The process of automating or combining SQL code with some databases and doing the automation is great and really convenient.
I find Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) a good solution to extract data. I currently don't have any problems with the support for Oracle Data Integrator.
Integration with all systems is easy with Oracle Data Integrator, and it is easy to use. I have not used any other product, but with Oracle Data Integrator, we can easily connect to an ERP system, an SAP system, or a cloud application.
The BA reporting tools, such as Data Services, and ETL tool in SAP Data Services are the most valuable. When we had in-memory requirements, we used HANA. HANA is most preferably for most the customers for in-memory. SAP is the first company that created the in-memory concept.
The performance optimization is quite good in DataStage. It provides parallelism and pipelining mechanisms
It is quite useful and powerful.