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Jitterbit

Jitterbit is a commercial software integration product that facilitates transport between legacy, enterprise, and on-demand computing applications. Jitterbit is also the name of the California-based company that produces this solution.

Jitterbit employs a GUI (graphical user interface) and works with diverse applications including ETL (extract-transform-load), SaaS (Software as a Service), and SOA (service-oriented architecture). The open source version of Jitterbit employs sharable templates that allow the community to reuse common integrations with Web services, APIs (application program interfaces), and databases.

Jitterbit is available for Linux and Windows, and is also offered through Amazon EC2 (Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud).

This was last updated in May 2012

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Hi all, I am having confusion that why should i use jitterbit in place of SOA. Any special features in Jitterbit?
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