Qlik Compose Overview

Qlik Compose is the #30 ranked solution in our list of top Data Integration Tools. It is most often compared to Qlik Replicate: Qlik Compose vs Qlik Replicate

What is Qlik Compose?

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 also known as Compose, Attunity Compose.

Qlik Compose Buyer's Guide

Download the Qlik Compose Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: January 2021

Qlik Compose Customers


Qlik Compose Video

Qlik Compose Reviews

Filter by:
Filter Reviews
Filter Unavailable
Company Size
Filter Unavailable
Job Level
Filter Unavailable
Filter Unavailable
Filter Unavailable
Order by:
  • Date
  • Highest Rating
  • Lowest Rating
  • Review Length
Showingreviews based on the current filters. Reset all filters
Hemant Raorane
Technical Architect at Team Computers
Real User
Top 20
Jul 9, 2020
Excellent data integration but needs better scheduling and monitoring features

What is our primary use case?

The primary use cases can change according to the company and requirements. We originally began using it as a data preparation tool, where you could do a data migration afterward.

Pros and Cons

  • "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."
  • "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."

What other advice do I have?

We are partners with Qlik. Right now, I have not worked on the system in a hands-on capacity. I have an architectural understanding of the solution. Implementing the product is totally dependent upon the business side of an organization. If a company is just mid-scale or smaller in size, Qlik might be perfect. If you have a giant company, then you should aim for bigger products. Qlik Compose only provides for unique capabilities. There are other solutions, like Informatica, which may be better for larger firms with broader needs. I would rate the solution six out of ten.