Bench on open source software
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#1 Jan 6, 2010
Thank you for helping out on our questions. We are benchmarking a few data integration solutions now, finding most of these tools interesting.
We have been looking at open source solutions and are wondering which of the proprietary or open source solutions could be best for us to use. Knowing that our company is growing with an even more important client base.
#2 Jan 8, 2010
There are advantages to use open source software. Of course the program code is accessible to users. The software is usually free and downloadable from the company website.
Most companies have a forum to help you on issues and support and maintenance can be given by software companies.
Look at programs like Talend Open Studio for your data integration needs. It is an open source program.
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