Here’s the difference between Stitch and Atlan. The comparison is based on pricing, deployment, business model, and other important factors.
Stitch provides extract, transform and Load (ETL) as a service for developers to securely manage the data preparation process. It allows users to configure their own data pipeline in a way that balances replication frequency and data selection by choosing the tables, fields, collections, and endpoints required in the warehouse. The product offers replicate API, monitoring & alerting during ETL process, security, compliance, cross-platform integration, and private infrastructure.
Atlan is a modern data collaboration workspace (like Github for engineering or Figma for design). By acting as a virtual hub for data assets ranging from tables and dashboards to models & code, Atlan enables teams to create a single source of truth for all their data assets, and collaborate across the modern data stack through deep integrations with tools like Slack, BI tools, data science tools and more. Atlan has been recognized as a Gartner Cool Vendor in the inaugural report on DataOps, one of the top 3 companies globally.