5 Best Data Integration Tools

5 Best Data Integration Tools
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Data is at the heart of all commercial activities happening today. It is critical to capture and analyze the data in the right way so that on the basis of this data businesses can make well-informed and precise decisions. This is what makes the core of business intelligence. Data integration is basically a tool or technique to quickly have a 360-degree view of complete data, and such tools are used to process real-time data. Data integration issues often come up when systems generate large volumes of data in complex data centers. Only the right choice of tools can make or break the business. 

Choosing the right data integration tool is quite tricky and daunting since there are a number of options available. It is important as well as a great help if you have all the required information and details before choosing any data integration tool. Here, we have listed down 5 best data integration tools for businesses. 

Dell Boomi AtomSphere

AtomSphere, initially developed by Boomi and later acquired by Dell. It uses a graphical interface for drag-and-drop data integration and management. This platform supports application integrations as a service, making it more accessible for SMBs and large enterprises. It has an extensive suite of built-in connectors and APIs, moreover a no-code graphical interface design. AtomSphere integrations are organized as distinct “atoms”, which means you can set up integrations across multiple components of your data system such as on-premise, in the cloud, or private. It costs $550 per month, and a 30-day trial is also available. 

Talend

Talend is an open-source data integration tool that works both as a free and a commercial version. Talend’s Open Studio is perfect for both technical and non-technical users as it brings together both on-premise and cloud-based data sources. It comes with great flexible self-service tools, pre-built templates, a component library, and a number of connectors and integrations for commonly used technologies like AWS, DropBox, Azure, Salesforce, and social media APIs. It costs $1,170 per user, per month, or $12,000 annually, and a free basic option is also available. 

Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services

Microsoft SSIS is a popular data integration tool that boasts a user-friendly graphical user interface to manage integrations using MS SQL Server. It has an easy-to-use interface that allows users to deploy integrated data warehousing solutions without much code. It offers a simple drag-and-drop ETL for multiple data types and warehouse destinations, including non-Microsoft databases. It costs $931-$15,000, and a free trial is also available. 

Informatica PowerCenter

Informatica PowerCenter is a unique end-to-end data integration platform. It is known for its powerful automation capabilities. It uses a metadata-driven approach to integration that accelerates data integration, migration, validation, and processing. Informatica PowerCenter supports multiple DBMS technologies and is one of the leading tools in this category. It costs $2,000 per month, and a free trial is also available.

Denodo

Denodo is a platform that provides a variety of data management nuances like Agile BI, highly customizable logical data warehouses, and logical data lakes. Denodo is built with SQL, and users might find the interface similar to relational databases. Its approach to integration relies on data virtualization, which allows it to connect all types of data sources, from on-premises to legacy systems to cloud sources. The price for specific plans for this tool available on request, and a month free trial is available. 

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