Posts Tagged ‘open-source’

As Rob keeps mentioning, we have some large data integration challenges facing us. Perhaps this could help? I’ll update the post once I’ve had a chance to use it, and you can’t beat the price! (Free/Open-source)

Talend’s flagship product, Talend Open Studio, is the most open, innovative and powerful data integration solution on the market today.

Provided as a packaged, out-of-the-box, ready-to-install platform, Talend Open Studio meets the data integration requirements of all organizations – regardless of their size or level of data integration expertise.

Talend Open Studio is a robust product that runs complex integration processes even in the most demanding environments.

via Talend – Open source data integration.


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Fantastic tool for comparing directories and then files. For example, when you’ve got multiple copies of a project and you’re not sure which is newest or what the differences between the versions are. Also has configurable and built-in filters to only compare the files you want. (ie ignore the bin folder that Visual Studio generates)

WinMerge is an Open Source differencing and merging tool for Windows. WinMerge can compare both folders and files, presenting differences in a visual text format that is easy to understand and handle.

via WinMerge.

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