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"Their new licensing is very flexible. With Informatica Cloud, you have plenty of items under the same umbrella, such as services, offerings, data quality, and data masking. You have also got master data management and API management. What I really like about them is that you don't need to go to Informatica and say that you need a data integration module. You would say that you need iPaaS or Informatica Cloud. They'll then try to understand your needs and give you IPUs, which are the processing units. If I purchased a hundred IPUs from Informatica as a customer, I can use 70 IPUs for data integration. I would also need data quality, so I can use 10 IPUs for data quality. I can use the remaining 20 IPUs for API management. Down the line, if I see that my initial data integration needs for the development phase are met, then out of the 70 IPUs assigned for data integration, I can use 30 IPUs for data masking. I can shuffle these numbers in any way within the Informatica Cloud umbrella for the tenure for which I have subscribed to these IPUs. I can use all services the way I want. This flexibility is what I really love about Informatica. It also has got good connectors.""I do a quite a lot of data transformations, and the fact that I can do them without changing any of my SQL queries from the code, using the inbuilt tools, is very helpful.""The solution's initial setup is quite straightforward.""Whether we need data cleansing or data mastering, we get it all in one platform.""The user interface which is very easy to use if we have any problems to solve."

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"As long as you pick the solution that best fits with your requirements, you won't find that performance is a problem. It's good.""I have found it to be a very good, stable, and strong product."

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Cons
"A general improvement in icons and the virtual interface would be good.""Connectivity could be improved, it can be a little slow.""I would like to see support for more data sources.""There may be some types of limitations with the performance.""The regions in which the data resides are still limited. This could be an issue in terms of the data residency laws of some of the countries. They should get more regions."

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"I believe that visual data flow management and the transformation function should be improved.""The solution has room for improvement in the ETL. They have an ETL, but when it comes to the monitoring portion, Qlik Compose doesn't provide a feature for monitoring."

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"My understanding is that Informatica is quite expensive compare to other tools that are available in the market."

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Questions from the Community
Top Answer: Azure Data Factory is a solid product offering many transformation functions; It has pre-load and post-load transformations, allowing users to apply transformations either in code by using Power… more »
Top Answer: Complex transformations can easily be achieved using PowerCenter, which has all the features and tools to establish a real data governance strategy. Additionally, PowerCenter is able to manage huge… more »
Top Answer: Their new licensing is very flexible. With Informatica Cloud, you have plenty of items under the same umbrella, such as services, offerings, data quality, and data masking. You have also got master… more »
Top Answer: There are two products I know about * TimeXtender : Microsoft based, Transformation logic is quiet good and can easily be extended with T-SQL , Has a semantic layer that generates metat data for… more »
Top Answer: I have found it to be a very good, stable, and strong product.
Top Answer: When you replicate data, you need to transform the data into formats that are easier for querying and reporting, or data warehousing. I think the set of transformation functions can be improved. In… more »
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Also Known As
Compose, Attunity Compose
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Overview
Informatica Cloud Data Integration is a unified and modern user experience across all iPaaS patterns, supported by a meta-data driven, modular, artificial intelligence-based microservices architecture tailored for IT, developers, and business users. It help delivers accessible, trusted, and secure data to facilitate more valuable business decisions and identify competitive advantages. Informatica Cloud Data Integration can help to distribute data warehouse and analytics projects. Features include the following: Deliver integrated and relevant data, Scale with data synchronization and replication, Integrate asset management, Support high-volume workloads, Design cloud mappings and Execute visual data integration flows.

Qlik Compose comes in two offerings: Qlik Compose for Data Warehouses and Qlik Compose for Data Lakes. Qlik Compose for Data Warehouse automates and streamlines the design, creation, loading, management, and update of data warehouses including Amazon Redshift, Azure Synapse, Google BigQuery, Snowflake and Oracle. Qlik Compose for Data Lakes automates the process of providing continuously updated, accurate, and trusted data to big data platforms like Apache Hadoop, Cloudera Customer Data Platform and Databricks Unified Data Analytics Platform.

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Sample Customers
Chicago Cubs, Telegraph Media Group
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Top Industries
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Computer Software Company40%
Pharma/Biotech Company20%
Individual & Family Service10%
Manufacturing Company10%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company35%
Comms Service Provider10%
Energy/Utilities Company8%
Financial Services Firm7%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company33%
Comms Service Provider12%
Manufacturing Company7%
Healthcare Company7%
Company Size
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Small Business29%
Midsize Enterprise24%
Large Enterprise48%
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Find out what your peers are saying about MuleSoft, Informatica, Denodo and others in Cloud Data Integration. Updated: November 2021.
552,305 professionals have used our research since 2012.

Informatica Cloud Data Integration is ranked 2nd in Cloud Data Integration with 5 reviews while Qlik Compose is ranked 36th in Data Integration Tools with 2 reviews. Informatica Cloud Data Integration is rated 7.6, while Qlik Compose is rated 6.0. The top reviewer of Informatica Cloud Data Integration writes "Flexible licensing, good connectors, and timely upgrades and patches". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Qlik Compose writes "Excellent data integration but needs better scheduling and monitoring features". Informatica Cloud Data Integration is most compared with Informatica PowerCenter, Azure Data Factory, AWS Glue, Mule Anypoint Platform and Matillion ETL, whereas Qlik Compose is most compared with Qlik Replicate, Talend Open Studio, Azure Data Factory, Palantir Foundry and WhereScape RED.

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