We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"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."
"Talend Studio has the ability to use it to ensure data quality."
"This is a user-friendly solution that is easy to use."
"It's a good tool. It has the ability to take apart and install whatever we need. It's very good for data, transformation, and loading."
"We're sold on the customization part of the solution."
"The most valuable features are the ETL tools."
"Talend can connect to multiple data sources, including relational data sources, ERP, CRM, and others."
"The most valuable features are definitely data integration, data preparation, and data stewardship."
"Talend is safe to use because it is very restrictive. It is easy to use when one learns how to manipulate data with SQL."
"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."
"I believe that visual data flow management and the transformation function should be improved."
"The pricing could be lower. They should work to make it more affordable."
"It gets the job done but it's a bit slow."
"In terms of features, it has all the features that I need. However, it consumes a lot of resources. It is using a lot of RAM, and they need to fix the issue related to resource consumption. It currently requires more than 24 gigabytes of RAM, which is a big amount of RAM."
"It is not as visually appealing as some of the other tools."
"The product could be more intuitive."
"We don't get continuous replication of the data."
"The documentation is lacking within the product. They need to get better at all aspects of describing how it works and how to use it."
"The solution should offer better integration with other products."
"Price could be lower. It is getting too expensive when compared to some other solutions, which is actually a little bit concerning."
"It does the job well for nothing — without cost. That's the advantage of this product."
"The paid version of this solution has a very high price, but even with the limitations, the Community version works fine."
"There are many versions available and one is open-sourced which is free."
"The cost for one year for the ETL tools, not for the big data, is 6K per year. It is a good price."
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.
Qlik Compose is ranked 36th in Data Integration Tools with 2 reviews while Talend Open Studio is ranked 3rd in Data Integration Tools with 17 reviews. Qlik Compose is rated 6.0, while Talend Open Studio is rated 7.8. The top reviewer of Qlik Compose writes "Excellent data integration but needs better scheduling and monitoring features". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Talend Open Studio writes "A complete product with good integrations and excellent flexibility". Qlik Compose is most compared with Qlik Replicate, Azure Data Factory, Palantir Foundry, WhereScape RED and Matillion ETL, whereas Talend Open Studio is most compared with SSIS, AWS Glue, Azure Data Factory, IBM InfoSphere DataStage and Lumada Data Integration. See our Qlik Compose vs. Talend Open Studio report.
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