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Top Answer: The solution offers very good end-to-end capabilities.
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Top Answer: This solution is used more for the analytics available on the platform. The main use was for a COVID-19 White House initiative that was handled by the Vice President, Michael Pence.
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Transformation Manager is an integrated development toolkit that is used to build data migration and data integration solutions more efficiently. A metadata-driven code generator, Transformation Manager provides users with the ability to generate lightweight, easy-to-deploy code. It combines a Graphical User Interface with a statement-driven mapping language. The Transformation Manager software derives metadata from the elements, attributes and relationships in a source and target model. Transformation Manager then uses rules specified by Simple Mapping Language (SML), which is specifically designed for implementing data transformation projects, to generate code written in Java.

At Palantir, we're helping the world's most important institutions use their data to solve their most urgent problems. Our software lets our customers integrate and analyze all of their data so they can answer questions that they couldn't before. From delivering disaster relief to building safer automobiles, we're honored to help make our partners better at their most important work.

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ETL Solutions Transformation Manager is ranked 41st in Data Integration Tools while Palantir Foundry is ranked 18th in Data Integration Tools with 2 reviews. ETL Solutions Transformation Manager is rated 0.0, while Palantir Foundry is rated 8.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Palantir Foundry writes "User-friendly, good automation, and allows you to do a better job of data governance". ETL Solutions Transformation Manager is most compared with Palantir Gotham, webMethods Integration Server, Kofax RPA, Altair Monarch and Axway AMPLIFY Application Integration, whereas Palantir Foundry is most compared with Palantir Gotham, Alteryx Designer, Azure Data Factory, C3 Point Of Sale and SAP Data Services.

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