Talend Open Studio Competitors and Alternatives

The top Talend Open Studio competitors are
  • IBM InfoSphere DataStage
  • SSIS
  • Matillion ETL for Redshift
  • StreamSets
  • CloverETL
  • Informatica PowerCenter
  • Pentaho Data Integration
  • Oracle Data Integrator (ODI)
Read reviews of Talend Open Studio competitors and alternatives
Ajay Shenoy
Real User
Senior System Administrators Admin at American Tower
Nov 03 2016

What is most valuable?

The most valuable feature is that it's bundled with all the other Oracle products. We use the ODI with BI Apps. It does all the ELT along with... more»

How has it helped my organization?

The learning curve is a little less because if you are already in the ELT business, you know how it works. Overall, it's good.

What needs improvement?

I would like to see them make some more improvements on the troubleshooting side, to help with the troubleshooting because right now, the errors... more»

Which other solutions did I evaluate?

We upgraded because the old version was no longer supported. The new version comes with ODI, so we didn't have a choice. But, we like the... more»

What other advice do I have?

We learned some lessons, such as how to plan out the entire process, and so on. Oracle documentation is good. If you follow that, you should be... more»
Real User
Data Architect at a non-profit with 1,001-5,000 employees
May 30 2018

What do you think of SSIS?

Sql Server Integration Services (SSIS) 2016 Review Summary SSIS 2016 - the Good the Bad, and the Ugly SSIS is a unique ETL tool for a number of reasons. Most shops already own it but may treat it as a one-off free utility rather than as an enterprise ETL tool even though it can compete with the best of ETL tools. Some of the lack of respect is due to immature beginnings in its former "DTS" days. And some of it is because it comes bundled with Sql Server and does not normally run (but can) on a separate ETL server.  It can't be good if its free right?  Especially when competitors easily charge 6 figures for  their tools. Don't we get what we pay for?  My answer is, generally yes but this may be an exception worth noting. SSIS has become extremely flexible, extensible...
Srinu Simhadri
Real User
Software Developer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Mar 14 2018

What do you think of webMethods Integration Server?

Primary Use Case: We develop EAI applications using webMethods using broker, TN, and IS.  We use a Publish/Subscribe mechanism in every interface which we develop, because we have found this approach to be the best for every scenario. • Improvements to My Organization: It helps a lot. Most of the work can be more easily done by using webMethods compared to other tools. • Valuable Features: Broker and UM are the best. • Room for Improvement: Large file handling is pretty hard comparatively to other middleware tools.  • Use of Solution: Three to five years. • Other Solutions Considered: In our organization, we use many middleware tools. Out of all them, I found webMethods is the most efficient.

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