We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information.
Please share what you can so you can help your peers.
Apache Kafka is free. My clients were using Confluent which provides high-quality support and services, and it was relatively expensive for our client. There was a lot of back and forth on negotiating the price. Confluent has an offering that has Cloud-Based pricing. There are different packages, prices, and capabilities. The highest level being the most expensive. AWS provides services to their market, for example, to have Kafka running. I do not know what the pricing is and I am fairly confident, Azure and GCP provide similar services.
The licensing for this solution is pay-as-you-use.
Apache Kafka is an open-source solution and there are no fees, but there are fees associated with confluence, which are based on subscription.
The solution is open source; it's free to use.
Kafka is more reasonably priced than IBM MQ.
Kafka is open-source and it is cheaper than any other product.
It's an open-source product, so the pricing isn't an issue. It's free to use. We don't have costs associated with it.
I'm unaware of the costs surrounding licensing and setup.
Apache Kafka is open-source and can be used free of charge.
I am currently working as a solution architect for a tech vendor with 10,000+ employees.
I need to perform a comparative analysis for ETL tools available to populate data from OLTP to OLAP.
The main criteria I am considering are:
I want to evaluate both Oracle and Open Source options. I am also open to both tools (ODI, Golden Gate, etc) and technology- e.g. Oracle Materialized view.
Thanks! I appreciate your help.