SSIS Alternatives and Competitors

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Reseller
Director of Innovation & Development Department at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Jul 21 2019

What is most valuable?

The solution has the best user interface and it's the most user-friendly of all data integration tools.

What needs improvement?

Now they are migrating to a new version, and they have something that is called Informatica Developer. Previously, they just had PowerCenter. Now, when they move everything to Informatica Developer it's not as good or stable like it was… more»

What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

Price-wise, it's more expensive than SSIS, but it's a better tool, so it has more features. Licensing is on a yearly basis.

What other advice do I have?

We have some projects on call. I work for a professional services company, so we have different clients that have different types of infrastructure. For us in our region, most of the clients have an on-premise infrastructure. Usually, we… more»

Which other solutions did I evaluate?

We looked at IBM DataStage, Microsoft SSIS, and Oracle Data Integrator.
Sasidhar Parupudi
Consultant
Principle Consultant at Keyrus South Africa
Jul 31 2019

What is most valuable?

The most valuable features for our company are the flexibility and the quick turn around time in producing simple ETL solutions. Also, the use of the configuration on Azure. Our clients are basically secret sever based, so it works well there.

What needs improvement?

In terms of improvements to the solution, I don't think I have that expertise on it to recommend product enhancements right now. I've only used a few parts of it. Based on what I've used so far, I am happy with it. I come from a coding background and this tool is graphically based. Sometimes I think it's cumbersome to do mapping graphically. If there was a way to provide a simple script, it would… more»

What other advice do I have?

We are using the 2014 Public Cloud version of the solution, under Microsoft Azure. In terms of recommending the solution, it obviously depends on the level users you have. If you mainly have a simple graphical based user then maybe you could go for SSIS. If you want to take control of the whole ETL process, you should look for another tool. I use Informatica PowerCenter as well. That's a bit more… more»
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