COZYROC

COZYROC

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Score 6.1 out of 100
COZYROC

Overview

Recent Reviews

COZYROC isn't the answer

1 out of 10
June 20, 2022
I purchased the $1.2k COZYROC subscription and I regret it, I also paid them an extra 2.7K to configure EDI XML files. I think they used …
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[COZYROC]

10 out of 10
August 25, 2021
[COZYROC is] used by the Data Engineering and Data Analytics department to connect to a customized Dynamics 365 instance for a …
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a Good SSIS toolbox

6 out of 10
May 01, 2021
COZYROC components are being used by our IT department, to build solutions that are used across the whole organization. They resolve the …
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Great SSIS Toolbox

9 out of 10
October 07, 2020
We use COZYROC components inside our IT department. We use these SSIS components in a lot of our ETL Projects. The main components we use …
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Popular Features

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  • Simple transformations (8)
    5.9
    59%
  • Connect to traditional data sources (8)
    5.7
    57%
  • Connecto to Big Data and NoSQL (5)
    3.6
    36%
  • Complex transformations (6)
    3.3
    33%

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Pricing

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COZYROC Excel Add-in for SAS®

$199.95

On Premise
per year

COZYROC SSIS+ Premium Priority Support

$499.95

On Premise
per year

COZYROC SSIS+ Ultimate Subscription

$1,199

On Premise
per year

Entry-level set up fee?

  • No setup fee
For the latest information on pricing, visithttps://www.cozyroc.com/purchase

Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services

Features Scorecard

Data Source Connection

4.7
47%

Data Transformations

4.6
46%

Data Modeling

5.7
57%

Product Details

What is COZYROC?

COZYROC SSIS+ is a suite of 240+ advanced components for developing ETL solutions with Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services. The vendor states that COZYROC is an easy-to-use, code-free library of tasks, components and reusable scripts that aim to significantly cut development time and improve the execution speed of SSIS packages.

They further provide that COZYROC SSIS+ Components Suite has been successfully used by thousands of businesses in more than 140 countries around the world.

⭐ Downloadable COZYROC SSIS+ Components Suite
⭐ Free for test and development within Visual Studio
⭐ Support SQL Server 2005-2019 and ADFv2 IR

COZYROC Features

Data Source Connection Features

  • Supported: Connect to traditional data sources
  • Supported: Connecto to Big Data and NoSQL

Data Transformations Features

  • Supported: Simple transformations
  • Supported: Complex transformations

Data Modeling Features

  • Supported: Metadata management
  • Supported: Business rules and workflow

Additional Features

  • Supported: REST adapters for connection to cloud application
  • Supported: Connectivity for CRM, ERP, Accounting, Marketing, Analytics, e-Commerce, HR and other applications
  • Supported: Data flow task plus - Dynamic data flows
  • Supported: EDI format files processing
  • Supported: Secure file transfer protocol (SFTP, FTPS)
  • Supported: Secure advanced email support (SMTP, IMAP, POP3, Exchange)
  • Supported: 64bit Microsoft Excel adapters
  • Supported: Zip, GZip, BZip2, Tar compression and decompression
  • Supported: Generate any text documents (e.g. XML, HTML, JSON) via Apache Velocity templates

COZYROC Screenshots

Screenshot of COZYROC is the leading company providing reliable SSIS components for Data Integration and fast and easy ETL.Screenshot of COZYROC SSIS+ Components Suite
COZYROC SSIS+ is a comprehensive suite of 240+ advanced components for developing ETL solutions with Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services.

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COZYROC Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise
Operating SystemsWindows, Azure
Mobile ApplicationNo

Frequently Asked Questions

Boomi, Redgate SQL Compare, and /n software IPWorks are common alternatives for COZYROC.

Reviewers rate Simple transformations highest, with a score of 5.9.

The most common users of COZYROC are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees) and the Architecture & Planning industry.

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Reviews and Ratings

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Ratings

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(1-9 of 9)
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Score 1 out of 10
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It is my belief that it's not suitable for any situation; when the connector has an error you are just given a completely generic, non-specific error that doesn't help you determine what is wrong.
Mika Itkonen | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
The single most important use case for us is the Database Destination component. Nearly all ETL data flows usually have some sort of insert / update / delete database operation at the end and with all the new functionality added to Database Destination during the past year we can now use this single component to do 99,5% of all our inserts / updates / deletes and most importantly merge operations. The same functionality can be achieved using only standard Microsoft SSIS components, but it can be complicated or very slow (one row at a time). If I want to insert new rows and update existing rows to the DB2 table and to do it fast. Microsoft SSIS does not really offer me any components for that. I can of course use SQL to create a temp table, move data there, create indexes, use SQL again to run the actual insert / update, clear the temp tables and finally run statistics but it requires a lot of SQL knowledge and will end up needing 6-8 steps. With COZYROC's Database Destination component it is just 1 step and it is easy and fast.
Score 6 out of 10
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Verified User
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it's ok to connect with other data source (like microsoft dynamics cloud or microsoft sharepoint lists) and good to use for ftp or sftp connection. it's great because there are really a lot of connectors (mongo db, google cloud, json, rest, salesforce and many many others) but i dont' reccomend it for using with lookup or sort operations
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
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[COZYROC] is a powerful tool and [extends] what you are able to do when it comes to ETL. It allows you to accomplish a lot of things that are very common now, but very difficult to implement with the out of the box functionality of SSIS.
October 07, 2020

Great SSIS Toolbox

Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
COZYROC is well suited for Microsoft CRM Dynamics connections and information download. It is also good for Microsoft SharePoint lists downloads and sftp component usage. It's easy to install and to use in our SQL server integration services project and ETL. It's easy to develop and easy to maintain.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
When you are working in an SSIS environment and you are thinking of doing something the original tools from toolbox can't implement, definitely try out CozyRoc. It should be able to allow you to a lot of things that are pretty common but very difficult or impossible to implement with only original SSIS. They also keep up with the new tech stack like Amazon S3. Their widgets would also allow you to implement a more sophisticated process with greater performance.
Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User
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COZYROC is great if you have a number of sources or destinations where vanilla SSIS either does not provide connectors, they are difficult to work with, or they are not fully featured. SFTP is a prime example. Almost any web service is another.

It also includes some nice helper components, such as script task plus. This speeds up the development of script tasks by making the configuration easier.

That said, it is not a silver bullet for all your SSIS woes. I've found that none of the SSIS 3rd party components spans all my needs and generally end up running a couple of different ones to cover all the functionality required.