What is Integrate.io?
Unify Your Data Stack: Experience the first no-code data pipeline platform and power enlightened decision making.
Integrate.io is the only complete set of data solutions & connectors for easy building and managing of clean, secure data pipelines. Increase your data team's output with all of the simple, powerful tools & connectors you’ll ever need in one
no-code data integration platform.
Empower any size team to consistently deliver projects on-time & under budget.
Who Uses Integrate.io?
We serve a variety of teams within all industries - marketing, sales, BI, data engineers, and finance teams. Fortune 500 companies through SMBs.
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Reviews of Integrate.io
ETL for agile analysts
Comments: There are mostly two types of ETL as a service on the market: one is super easy to use and can migrate your data across services and databases but lacks transformation capabilities, while the other needs full-time data engineers to operate but tailored solutions are available programmatically. Xplenty sits in the golden middle letting analysts and engineers deploying custom transformation jobs in minutes even based on multiple data sources. The UI is intuitive but you can always use SQL to filter your sources or to create new sets in scheduled packages. Also, there are plenty of built-in functions available. Running costs are not comparable of running your own services on Heroku or Google cloud but its intuitive features save a lot of engineering hours. I would recommend Xplenty for agile teams having multiple sources of data where data analysts frequently needs custom datasets to deliver insights.
- wide variety of sources and destinations - visual editor makes creating packages quick and easy - SQL transformations - great, quick, responsive support - free unlimited hours of sandbox - Slack integration
- expansive for hourly jobs - error logs are not always informative - transforming JSON or other nested data is not trivial
4 years ago
Thank you for your detailed review! We appreciate your comments and will work on your listed cons. Great explanation of who will likely benefit from using Xplenty. Thanks!
No-SQL to SQL
We have a complex and highly nested no-sql DB. Xplenty was the only ETL solution that allowed us get out data into tabular format for analysis
None. Its been great. Haven't had any issues.
4 years ago
Glad to hear!
No code ETL pipelines
Comments: We stopped using xplenty when we started creating complex pipelines which required joined across data schemas.
Drag and drop interface easy to use for simple pipelines. Coding skills not needed to create and setup a pipeline. Very prompt support.
The same drag and drop interface becomes extremely tough to use for complicate pipelines. Deployment of pipelines quite confusing.
Great ETL solution with responsive technical support
Comments: One of the key benefits is how technically capable their support staff is. They do a great job supporting a technical product.
We used Xplenty for 3 years as our ETL. It was easy and flexible to setup and was the only solution on the market that could handle MongoDB to Redshift with a very nested structure.
Nothing I disliked. When we had an ETL (now on ELT) it was great and exactly what we needed.
My Views on Xplenty after using it for 2+ years
1.The user experience is so good. 2.Every feature and usability has been simplified unlike in other enterprise ETL tools. 3. The managed service for infrastructure is the USP of xplenty. 4. The customer support is so active and get back to us with the solution on time. 5. Xplenty is on PAR with enterprise level tools.
I did not have anything like that, but there is a room for improvement in cluster management and a request for feature is they can bring a in-built support for handling array data type.
4 years ago
Thank you for your review! We will look into your feature requests. :)