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Spring Batch vs other options

Aaron Diffenderfer
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Joined: Mar 24, 2009
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Which of the following is better to use and in what scenarios: Spring Batch, IBM DataStage, Microsoft BI, Jaspersoft products, other?
Saifuddin Merchant
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Joined: Feb 08, 2009
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Not sure if you are comparing apples to apples here.

Spring Batch is a proper batch framework (and the only open source batch framework?) - (Batch Job terms like JOB, STEP, Restart, Scalable are probably around)

The others (I haven't used any) - seem more like ELT tools (Sql loader category)

Batch has been traditionally ignored in Java - leading to loads of home grown frameworks. There is a JSR-352 which address batch concerns and most likely be there in a future release of Java. Until we get that I don't think there is any other full blown batch framework except Spring Batch.

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