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Who Made Gartner’s Magic Quadrant: Top Data Integration Tools In 2021

These 18 developers of data integration tools include industry giants IBM and Oracle, established data integration technology developers such as Informatica and Talend, and more recent entrants into the data integration space. Here’s a look at how they are positioned in the fast-changing data integration arena.

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Data Integration Market Mega Trends 

Data integration tools are a key component in data engineering, operational data integration and cloud migration scenarios and in data fabric architectures.

The market for data integration tools is “seeing renewed momentum, driven by requirements for hybrid and multi-cloud data integration, augmented data management, and data fabric designs,” according to the Gartner report.

“Gartner sees that the urgent need to acquire and integrate data across multiple CSPs [cloud service providers], typically for hybrid cloud and intercloud integration, is becoming crucial to many data integration use cases. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the movement to the cloud, and data integration tools are leading the way to support this shift,” the report said.

Many businesses and organizations today are “looking to utilize their data integration tools to ingest or replicate the data from their operational DBMSs to cloud data warehouses” supported by database platforms as-a-service, according to the Gartner Report.

The report notes that market leaders are losing ground to smaller vendors: The top five data integration market share leaders held a collective market share of 71 percent in 2017 – a number that dropped to 26 percent in 2020.

The Gartner report says that by 2023 AI-enabled automation in data management and integration will reduce the need for IT specialists by 20 percent.

 
 
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