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SSIS V's Jitterbit


SSIS V's Jitterbit

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We have a couple of in-house servers running Jitterbit along side SQL Server 2008 R2 and was wondering if anyone has had any dealing with Jitterbit and whether it's comparible to SSIS? i.e. can I sack Jitterbit in favour of SSIS?
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We have a couple of in-house servers running Jitterbit along side SQL Server 2008 R2 and was wondering if anyone has had any dealing with Jitterbit and whether it's comparible to SSIS? i.e. can I sack Jitterbit in favour of SSIS?
Cheers.


This reply is a bit late. You haven't provided too much details what you are using Jitterbit for? Is there a specific functionality you use and what is it?

In general I think Jitterbit is too limited based on what I have seen so far. It might be useful for some simple integration scenarios, but once you try to implement more complicated integrations you will hit brick wall.

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Agreed
After the research I did and my subsequent recommendations, my company are now looking at a completely different method of integration and we're ditching Jitterbit!
Thanks for your response.


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