Can the Mulesoft application replace on premise SSIS ?

Mudassar A 486 Reputation points

As I know Mulesoft is a Integration platform for moving data between application via API methods . I see that as Interface which queries cloud systems ( saas) and generates files ( XML, CSV or JSON) and passes that data for actual ETL tool to process the data further .So is the current Mulesoft can replace SSIS and do even the complex transformations of a Data warehouse ?

I know this question should have been asked on Mulesoft forum but I wanted a perspective for SSIS experts from the Microsoft forum.

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  1. ZoeHui-MSFT 35,546 Reputation points

    Hi @Anonymous ,

    It's hard to say if A product could replace B product. Both of them has advantages and disadvantages.

    All vendors are doing their best to keep their products from being replaced.

    As far as I'm concerned, as long as it meets your needs, it's the best product.



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  1. Tom Phillips 17,721 Reputation points

    Having had this "conversation/evaluation" several years ago, I can tell you this:

    Mulesoft is best as an API/service interface where things are pushed/pulled from the server in real time.

    SSIS is best as a "batch job" processing.

    Yes, you can force either of them into the other role, but these are the general groupings. They are different and serve different purposes.

    So, it depends on your need.

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  2. COZYROC 101 Reputation points

    I have heard people looking to transition to SSIS from MuleSoft because of the huge MuleSoft cost and not much advantage to show for it.

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  3. Mudassar A 486 Reputation points

    Thanks , everyone for your comments.

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