Despite challenging economic conditions in , activity in the data integration tools market remained strong, writes Gartner Analyst Ted Friedman in the Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools report. Friedman notes that the Quadrant is visibly different than 's, but that's not completely due to vendor growth and activity. Gartner altered some of its criteria for inclusion in the Magic Quadrant. It, for instance, raised the bar in terms of customer experience.
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There are not many software vendors out there who are charging as hard at data integration as IBM and Informatica and it shows in the latest quadrant where IBM and Informatica are further in front of the competition. The diagram on the left shows the moves from to and with the light green line being to and the dark green being to You can see that IBM made a big move in the quadrant and has hovered while Informatica have made big moves in each year.
There are a couple purple lines on the diagram from where those vendors used to be. ETI are an old school data integration product who never got the hang of the modern trend for visual design interfaces and data integration suites. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
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Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Integration – Delta Comparing 2007-2009
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Talend Gate Crashes the 2009 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Integration
Gartner have been modifying the inclusion criteria across most of its magic quadrant — you used to need a big number of customers and truck loads of license revenue to make it into a quadrant, but that has changed as Talend manages to meet this criteria:. You can read the blog post on this in Gartner recognizes open source as enterprise data integration from Talend VP of marketing Yves de Montcheuil which has a good list of other open source vendors on other quadrants. You can get a free copy of the report after filling in your demographic details. Yves is still miffed that Talend did not make the quadrant last year but offers this olive branch:. Well, I can affirm loud and clear that this is not true.