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Pinned topic I need some information

‏2013-01-14T22:44:17Z |
Hello Experts, I am in need of some information. I tried surfing web a while...no good answers to present.
I need all the differences between IBM infosphere DataStage and Information Builders iway DataMigration.

I need to present it to my client. I am not able to get some solid details where I can present it showing the differences.
Hope someone can help me out here.
I really appreciate your time.
Thank you for taking time to go through my post.

Sandeep.
Updated on 2013-01-17T14:10:02Z at 2013-01-17T14:10:02Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: I need some information

    ‏2013-01-15T13:56:25Z  
    Not even one expertise view?
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: I need some information

    ‏2013-01-16T14:16:49Z  
    Can anyone tell me what are the major advantages and disadvantages when we have to consider DataStage?
  • vmcburney
    vmcburney
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    Re: I need some information

    ‏2013-01-17T01:25:02Z  
    Can anyone tell me what are the major advantages and disadvantages when we have to consider DataStage?
    I work for an IBM Pureplay partner so I cannot tell you much about iWay. You can see some comparison of Information Builders and IBM Information Server in the Gartner Magic Quadrants for Data Integration tools. It is hard to get an unbaiased comparison without going through your own evaluation.

    DataStage advantages:
    1) Massively scalable, probably one of the two best ETL tools on the market for parallel processing and handling very high volumes of data. There is a benchmark white paper out there on how it scales up to process terabytes of data an hour on a shared nothing parallel framework.
    2) Intuitive user interface - Drag and drop Designer interface and huge range of integration stages, DataStage and Informatica PowerDesigner have been the top two ETL tools on the market for almost ten years according to Gartner ETL and Data Integration quadrants.
    3) Handle wide range of data - most relational databases, XML data, mainframe files, delimited files, Hadoop file system, noSQL databases, most Data Warehouse appliances.
    4) Industry leading metadata management - add on products for Glossary, profiling, data lineage, impact analysis, data mapping.
    5) Wide range of deployment options: installs onto most platforms (Windows, Linux, Unix, Mainframe), runs in different modes (batch, real time, SOA, trickle feed), performs processing on a dedicated server or in databases (ETL and ELT patterns).
    6) Support network: one of the most popular ETL tools so has a big network of experts and IBM support behind it.

    regards
    Vincent McBurney
    Certus Solutions Australia
    ITToolbox Blogger: Tooling Around in the IBM InfoSphere
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: I need some information

    ‏2013-01-17T14:10:02Z  
    • vmcburney
    • ‏2013-01-17T01:25:02Z
    I work for an IBM Pureplay partner so I cannot tell you much about iWay. You can see some comparison of Information Builders and IBM Information Server in the Gartner Magic Quadrants for Data Integration tools. It is hard to get an unbaiased comparison without going through your own evaluation.

    DataStage advantages:
    1) Massively scalable, probably one of the two best ETL tools on the market for parallel processing and handling very high volumes of data. There is a benchmark white paper out there on how it scales up to process terabytes of data an hour on a shared nothing parallel framework.
    2) Intuitive user interface - Drag and drop Designer interface and huge range of integration stages, DataStage and Informatica PowerDesigner have been the top two ETL tools on the market for almost ten years according to Gartner ETL and Data Integration quadrants.
    3) Handle wide range of data - most relational databases, XML data, mainframe files, delimited files, Hadoop file system, noSQL databases, most Data Warehouse appliances.
    4) Industry leading metadata management - add on products for Glossary, profiling, data lineage, impact analysis, data mapping.
    5) Wide range of deployment options: installs onto most platforms (Windows, Linux, Unix, Mainframe), runs in different modes (batch, real time, SOA, trickle feed), performs processing on a dedicated server or in databases (ETL and ELT patterns).
    6) Support network: one of the most popular ETL tools so has a big network of experts and IBM support behind it.

    regards
    Vincent McBurney
    Certus Solutions Australia
    ITToolbox Blogger: Tooling Around in the IBM InfoSphere
    Thank you for the information Vincent. I really appreciate your time.