Paul KellettBI Practioner - Consultant at KIS Ltd
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"I found the initial setup very easy."
"The most valuable feature is the metadata generated code."
"I like the data vault implementations."
"We find it effortless to set up. We really don't have to do anything other than finding the application in the Zapier catalog. And as long as the application has been re-integrated into Zapier, they're able to then just provide the connection details and hook it up."
"The solution can be a little more user-friendly on enterprise-level where people use it."
"Project-based searching of data objects in the data warehouse browser needs to be improved."
"Customization could be better."
"System-to-system is fine, but when it comes to system-to-user, where Zapier is helping to communicate to a user, that's a one-way communication. If that user has to perform some action on that notification, the action isn't handled by Zapier. So there's no way to orchestrate that and it's very cumbersome."
"Our company purchased a corporate unlimited license."
"It's very straightforward licensing. There's only one cost you have to pay, and if you want a relevant pricing plan, I think you have two or three different models or packages which include the number of notifications or Zaps, as they call it, that you can program."
WhereScape is data warehouse software that automates the Data Warehouse lifecycle. From implementation to maintenance, WhereScape will ensure your data warehouse projects are completed up to 5x faster than manual coding.
Zapier is a tool for primarily non-technical users to connect together web apps.
An integration between two apps is called a Zap. A Zap is made up of a Trigger and one or more Actions or Searches.
Whenever the trigger happens in one app, Zapier will automatically perform the actions or searches in another app in order.
Zaps are very lightweight and easy to set up. Zaps do not import or export old data (they only operate on new items created after the Zap is enabled). Zaps are also not kept in sync ("two way syncing") after the Zap is triggered.
Zaps are deceivingly simple if you're used to dealing with complex and difficult integrations. Their simplicity is what enables anyone to create them.
WhereScape RED is ranked 20th in Data Integration Tools with 3 reviews while Zapier is ranked 10th in Cloud Data Integration with 1 review. WhereScape RED is rated 7.6, while Zapier is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of WhereScape RED writes "Automation tool - spend less time writing code". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Zapier writes "Streamlines our system-to-system task automation at the scale we need". WhereScape RED is most compared with SSIS, Informatica PowerCenter, Azure Data Factory, Matillion ETL and Talend Open Studio, whereas Zapier is most compared with Workato, AWS AppSync, Matillion ETL, Tray.io and Mule Anypoint Platform.
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