The 5 top most searched Data Warehouse Automation tools on the market compared with GoogleTrends is telling you that WhereScape is first before TimeXtender and BiReady (new Attunity Compose) over the last year. See the picture in full size or go directly to GoogleTrend comparison and change to your own needs.
Although the analysis is not representative, it still gives some insights and a good overview to size and presumably usage compared to each other, worldwide. Please consider that WhereScape and TimeXtender have more search results as the company name is the same as their product, meaning some of them are dedicated to the company name rather the Data Warehouse Automation (DWA) tool itself. And BimlFlex just published their first release and biGENiUS is rather new to market their product actively, they will probably increase slightly in the soon future.
As you can imagine, there are plenty of tools on the market. From open-source, to very expensive once, and all with different features. To narrow down the scope you need to distinguish between these two approaches model-driven and data-driven.
An overview some years back (Nov 2015) from the white paper by Eckerson:
For the complete overview, Hans Michiels created a very comprehensive guide for that manner where you can filter by any criteria and compare up to 3 different tools at the same time. Because I couldn’t do it better 🙂 , here the link:
Another – a bit older overview – from the vendor ajilius – http://ajilius.com/competitors/
Links to the Data Warehouse Automation tools related to MS SQL Server in alphabetical order.
A data warehouse automation tools survey again by Hans Michiels (with inputs from me 😉 ) about:
One of the only ones who provide transparent pricing is BimlFlex. Other vendors are not transparent and hand over prices on request. Below the costs of BimlFlex:
More information on their website: BimlFlex – upfront-pricing
Back to the Data Warehouse Automation (DWA) – Series overview.
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