Matillion ETL Pricing and License Cost

Anton Haupt
Solutions Architect at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
The solution is very cheap. You're paying $2.50 an hour and if you set your service up, which you can do, you're not getting charged. Currently, our ETL process is just an overnight process that runs for about an hour. I can start and stop my server just for an hour if I want to and spent $2.50 a day for an ETL solution. There are no additional costs. It plugs into the AWS marketplace. It's very easy to manage that cost. And if you don't want to use it for a while, you just switch off the EC2 instance and you're not getting billed. View full review »
it_user628059
Senior Engineer, Big Data/Data-Warehousing at a manufacturing company with 501-1,000 employees
Regardless of the quantity of your data, the size of your cluster, or variety of source systems, the price of Matillion is the same. The only variable that changes what you pay Matillion is the size of your data engineering team. * If your team is just one or two people, then you can just use the [t2.medium @ $1.37/hr] * If you have a bigger team, you will need [m4.large @ $2.74/hr] or even [m4.xlarge @ $5.48/hr]. As soon as you can, lock in the yearly discounted price with Matillion, as your level of support availability will increase. View full review »
Harpreet Singh
Director of Data Architecture at a healthcare company with 51-200 employees
You probably don't even need to reach out to the company sometimes to purchase it. You can go to the AWS Marketplace. It's very easy to spin up, and the configuration is also easy. It spins up in your own AWS account. The only way you can get the product now is via the AWS Marketplace. Their pricing is simple. They charge you by the hour. Whatever EC2 instance time that you have been running it for, that's what it's going to charge you for. The licensing is not based off of the per user or per server. They are going by the type of instance you spin up and how long you've been running it, so easy peasy. View full review »
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SeniorIn7f6d
Senior Infrastructure Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Purchasing it through the AWS Marketplace is pretty convenient. There is a little bit of back and forth in terms of the licensing based on the machine size, but it seems to have worked out well. it is convenient to have it all as part of our AWS billing. It is not necessarily a cheap solution. However, it's reasonable priced, especially with the smaller machines that we run it on. View full review »
Neel Vora
Application Developer at John Deere & Company
I have heard from my manager and other higher ups, "This product is cheaper than other things on the market," and they have done the research. View full review »
Luis Henriquez
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Solution Architect at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Purchasing this solution through the AWS Marketplace was quick and easy. It was procured through the AWS Marketplace because it keeps things simple. They offer retail-like checkout and bill through your existing Amazon Web Services account. The AWS pricing and licensing are a cost-effective solution for data integration needs. View full review »
Engineer2076
Lead Software Engineer at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
It was very easy to purchase through the AWS Marketplace, but it was also expensive. The prices needs to be lower. View full review »
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