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Re: Less expensive proprietary or Open source ETL tools

From: Jean-Max Reymond <jmreymond(at)gmail(dot)com>
To: pgsql-performance(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Less expensive proprietary or Open source ETL tools
Date: 2009-08-16 13:02:15
Message-ID: h6900i$hl3$1@news.hub.org (view raw or flat)
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Rstat a écrit :
> Hi, 
> 
> As of today, we are still enjoying our Informatica tool but in a few months
> we will need to change. Basically we do not use our software at its full
> capacity and don't feel we need it anymore. 
> So we are trying to find a less expensive solution that would have the same
> features (or almost...). 
> 
> We are looking at less expensive tools and Open source software. We have
> pretty much targeted a few companies and would like to know which ones would
> be the better solution compared to Informatica. 
> 
> -Apatar 
> -Expressor 
> -Pentaho 
> -Talend 
> 
> Some are paying software, some are open source (but not free...), so i'm
> asking you to know which is the best software on the market.

Talend is a great Open Source tool and is OK with Postgres databases


-- 
Jean-Max Reymond
CKR Solutions Open Source http://www.ckr-solutions.com

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