Here’s the difference between Apache Flink and Onehouse. The comparison is based on pricing, deployment, business model, and other important factors.
Apache Flink is an open source project of The Apache Software Foundation (ASF). The Apache Flink project originated from the Stratosphere research project.
Onehouse delivers a new bedrock for your data, through a cloud-native managed lakehouse service built on Apache Hudi, which was created by the founding team while they were at Uber. Onehouse makes it possible to blend the ease of use of a warehouse with the scale of a data lake, by offering a seamless experience for engineers to get their data lakes up and running.
|Categories||Data Streaming||Data Lakes|
|Stage||Late Stage||Early Stage|
|Target Segment||Enterprise, Mid size||SMBs, Mid-size, Enterprise|
|Deployment||On Prem||Open source|
|Business Model||Open Source||Commercial|
|Location||US||Menlo Park, California|
|Companies using it|