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Competitor to Pervasive Data Integrator ETL

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Can anyone recommend a competitor to Pervasive's data integrator?  We cannot use that product anymore and I need to find an alternative.

Mostly MS SQL to MS SQL, web services.

Will look at MS SSIS, but wanted to know if anyone had something else they recommended.
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Since SSIS comes with MS SQL, this is the obvious choice.  There are also open source products available, such as that from Jaspersoft (www.jaspersoft.com), if pricing of a solution is critical.  Other competitors include Pentaho (www.pentaho.com) and Informatica.
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