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SnapLogic vs Airbyte vs Skyvia

SnapLogic and Airbyte both offer a data integration solution. Compare the features and benefits, data sources and destinations, and see which meets your needs. Look at the side-by-side comparison chart of the two data integration solutions.

Look at the side-by-side comparison chart

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About the Services

SnapLogic

SnapLogic provides a unified platform for app integration, data integration, and API management. Founded in 2006, it now has 5 global offices to meet the demands of more customers. It is an iPaaS company offering tools integrating various data sources. This includes cloud databases, SaaS, and on-premise apps. It’s Data Integration and Automation offers ETL, ELT, and reverse ETL.

SnapLogic uses a graphical interface augmented by AI. With this, it claims to create pipelines 40% – 60% faster than other pipeline designers. Another thing is the Integration Assistant. It is a recommendation engine that uses machine learning. And it predicts the next step in building a pipeline. It claims to have an accuracy of up to 90% in recommending the next step.

Its 700+ pre-built connectors called Snaps are available across other SnapLogic products. This includes Data Integration and Automation. There are also transformation snaps to do cleansing and data preparation.

SnapLogic platform runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS). And it leverages the security and compliance capabilities of AWS.

Airbyte

Airbyte is an open-source data platform. It makes it easy to replicate data from various sources into your destination system. It launched in 2020 and has many satisfied customers.

Airbyte helps you move data from one place to another. Whether you need to sync, migrate, or extract data, Airbyte has you covered. The user interface is intuitive and straightforward. It makes it easy for even non-technical users to set up integrations and track their data flows. Though Airbyte has a lot of connectors, it focuses on Extract, Load, Transform (ELT) only. You need to look for other tools for Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) or reverse ETL.

Airbyte is serious about security and privacy. It keeps your data safe by encrypting data when it’s moving and when it’s resting. It also does audits and vulnerability assessments. Airbyte is also certified by industry-standard certifications like SOC 2 Type 2.

Skyvia

Skyvia is a no-code cloud data integration platform for many data integration scenarios. It’s an all-rounder tool for ETL, ELT, Reverse ETL, data migration, one-way and bi-directional data sync, workflow automation, and more. Devart launched this fantastic product in 2014 for cloud data integration and backup.

Skyvia offers more than 160 ready-made data connectors. These are available for thousands of free users, including 2000+ paid customers. Big names like Hyundai and General Electric trust Skyvia to process their data. Its easy-to-use, drag-and-drop interface suits both IT professionals and business users. And don’t take our word for it. Listen to G2 reviewers about how easy it is to start and work with it. Data integration experts who used other tools can adapt with little to no help from support.

Skyvia has flexible pricing plans perfect for small startups and large enterprises. So, it makes it applicable to businesses of all sizes. Also, Skyvia’s freemium model allows users to start using it now and then decide if they need to upgrade later.

The safety of your data is also our prime concern. So, we hosted it in Microsoft Azure cloud, providing the best data security and privacy. It complies with a wide set of security standards, including SOC 2, ISO 27001, and many others.

SnapLogicAirbyteSkyvia
FocusETL, ELT, Reverse ETL.ELTData ingestion, ELT, ETL, reverse ETL, data sync, workflow automation.
Skill levelLow-code, No-code solutions.Low-code solutions.
Coding in various languages for complex scenarios (Java, Python, TypeScript).
No-code and easy to use wizard.
Sources700+300+160+
DestinationsSupported data sources including databases, data warehouses, and more30+Supported data sources, including databases, data warehouses, cloud apps and flat files.
Database replicationFull or incremental load.Full or incremental load.Full table and incremental via change data capture.
Ability for customers to add new data sourcesYes. Contact your SnapLogic Customer Service Manager.Provides SDK for creating custom connectors.Yes, by request or using REST API connector.
G2 customer satisfaction4.2 out of 5
174 reviews
4.1 out of 5
7 reviews
4.7 out of 5
167 Reviews
Peer Insights satisfaction4.5
138 Ratings
5
1 Ratings
4.8
87 Ratings
Developer toolsSnapLogic Designer for designing pipelines and SnapLogic API Management.Web and CLI.
API Access for Cloud-hosted.
REST connector for data sources that have REST API.
Advanced ETL capabilitiesSnapLogic Integration Assistant to help build pipelines faster using AI.Seamless integration with dbt, Airflow, and more.
Custom Connector SDK.
Visual ETL data pipeline designer with data orchestration capabilities.
Compliance and security certificationsSOC 3, HIPAA, SSAE18 Type II, ISAE 3402 Type 2, GDPR, and AWS cloud infrastructure security and compliance certificates.SOC 2, ISO 27001, HIPAA, GDPR, CCPAHIPAA, GDPR, PCI DSS.
ISO 27001 and SOC 2 (by Azure).
Purchase processVisit the website for a demo and free trial. Then, talk to sales.Talk to Sales or go the open-source route.Self-service or sales.
Vendor lock-inAnnual contracts.Pay-as-you-go or consumption basis for cloud-hosted.
No SLA and contracts for open-source.
Monthly or annual contracts.
PricingFixed rate pricing model for unlimited data and integrations. 30-day free trial.Free and open-source.
Third-party companies offering more features and support.
Volume-based and feature-based pricing. Freemium model allows to start with a free plan.

Connectors

SnapLogic

SnapLogic calls their pre-built connectors Snaps. And they have 700+ snaps to connect and integrate data. This includes major relational and NoSQL databases, SaaS platforms, and more. So, you can be sure that major CRM, accounting, email marketing, and other SaaS apps are there. But if you cannot find your connector, call your Customer Relations Manager for a custom Snap.

But Snaps are not for connections only. Depending on the data source, a Snap can do more. For example, a MySQL Snap includes running Bulk Inserts or stored procedures.

SnapLogic regularly updates Snaps to ensure 100% compatibility.

Airbyte

Airbyte has over 300 built-in connectors. This makes it one of the most comprehensive data integration tools available. These connectors cover a wide range of data sources. This includes databases, cloud platforms, SaaS applications, and more. Some of the most popular connectors include Salesforce, HubSpot, and Google Analytics.

Airbyte also offers a custom connector SDK and development service. So, no worries if your data source is missing from the list of pre-built connectors. With these options, you can build your own connector or have one built for you.

Skyvia

Skyvia offers more than 160 connectors, and more to come very soon. It supports connectors for CRMs, accounting, email marketing, e-commerce, human resources, marketing automation, payment processing, product management, all major databases and DWH, flat files, and more. It’s also not a problem whether your data is on-premise or in the cloud.

You can access your on-premise data with peace of mind using the Skyvia Agent. It allows you to connect to databases like SQL Server, MySQL, and more using an encrypted connection. You need to download the Skyvia Agent and install it. Then, download a secured key file and place it in the same folder as the Agent. The Agent is like an unbreakable metal door, and you use the key file to open that door to your on-premise data. You can also set it up so that Skyvia can access only the resources you specify and nothing else.

Customers can also leave a request for a new data connector. And Skyvia will prioritize building it without additional payment.

Transformation

SnapLogic

SnapLogic has the Transformation Snap Pack that includes various transformation tasks. With this you can aggregate, pivot, encrypt, and more. This also includes AutoPrep to cut manual coding of data preparation and cleansing. It also allows non-technical users to make data transformations easily.

Meanwhile, the ELT Snap Pack provides transformations for ELT pipelines. With this, you can use SQL expressions and functions in the transformations. You can aggregate, cast to a different data type, join, filter, and more.

Airbyte

Airbyte’s ELT approach allows for flexible data transformations through dbt. Meaning you can do the transformations using SQL or Python. So, there’s no drag-and-drop moving forward. And dbt is another paid product if you have a team of data professionals. It’s free if you have one developer access to use.

Airbyte supports a wide range of transformations. Be it filtering, aggregation, joining, and more. Customers can also create custom transformations to fit their specific needs. This wide range is only possible because of coding in dbt.

Skyvia

Skyvia is a full-featured ETL service that allows powerful data transformations. It is a no-code solution allowing data splitting, conversion, lookups, and many more.

You can use the Skyvia Data Flow and Control Flow for advanced data pipelines. Transformations for these advanced pipelines are flexible. It supports extending your data with new columns, conditional flows, and summarized values. And all these you can do with parameters, variables, and more for flexibility without code.

Moreover, Skyvia has an Expression Builder to build formulas with many functions. With this, you can convert or extract parts of the data or form new values to suit your needs. And if you love coding in SQL, Skyvia can further extend your transformation needs. It supports multiple joins, groupings, CASE expressions, and more in SELECT queries. And you can also use DML commands like INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE.

Support

SnapLogic

SnapLogic has different ways to support customers throughout the whole integration experience. They have documentation, training, video tutorials, and more.

SnapLogic uses an online customer support page to submit issues and requests. It also has a community where customers share their knowledge. And a full resource library where you can find all the videos, podcasts, case studies, and more. Consult the documentation before sending a support ticket.

If you want a learning path or a course, you can join the SnapLogic Academy and earn a certification badge.

Airbyte

Airbyte offers three levels of support: community, professional, and enterprise. Community support is free. And with it, you can access online resources, including documentation and community forums.

The professional and enterprise levels provide faster response times. It also has phone support and access to a dedicated account manager. Airbyte also offers an SLA for these support levels so you can receive timely support.

For customers who need more help, Airbyte offers premium support. This includes access to a dedicated support team and priority response times. Premium support is available for an extra fee.

Skyvia

Skyvia offers free email, chat (on the website or in-app), and forum support for all customers. It also provides extensive documentation with lots of tutorials and user guides.

For paid customers, there's also a phone support option and additional support options for Enterprise customers.

Pricing

SnapLogic

You can’t find a pricing page on the SnapLogic website.

However, in G2 you can find 3 tiers of pricing for SnapLogic. The Project Edition, the Enterprise Edition, and the Ultra Enterprise Edition. The Project Edition starts at $48K. And then, the Enterprise Edition starts at $100K for handling multiple projects. Finally, you need to contact sales for the Ultra Enterprise Edition. And this tier is for real-time and mission-critical integrations.

Meanwhile, a SnapLogic mentions a fixed pricing model on their blog. This covers unlimited data and application integration. You can get a sure pricing model specific to your needs if you contact sales.

Airbyte

Airbyte offers a flexible pricing model that includes both cloud-based and self-managed options. They also provide an open-source version.

Their cloud-based pricing plan is pay-as-you-go. You can buy credits that you can consume based on your usage. There’s a custom pricing for larger organizations with higher data volume needs.

For open-source deployments, Airbyte is free with unlimited connectors. But you only get community support. And security features are up to you who manages your own deployment. Advanced monitoring and logging are also not available.

Additionally, Airbyte offers a 14-day free trial period for all paid plans. So, users can test out the features before committing to a plan.

Skyvia

Skyvia Data Integration is a freemium tool with an option to request a 14-day trial. So, price is not a barrier to entry.

And when you’re ready, paid plans start from $19 per month. Pricing tiers depend on a few factors. It includes the number of loaded records, scheduling frequency, and advanced ETL features. There are no sale commitments. And customers can upgrade or downgrade at any time. Check out a detailed comparison here.

If you doubt the price is worth it, check out review sites like G2. Aside from ease of use, reasonable pricing is one of the things Skyvia customers like. So, you can be sure the features you get are worth every penny.