Fivetran vs. Stitch from Talend

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Fivetran
Score 8.2 out of 10
N/A
Fivetran replicates applications, databases, events and files into a high-performance data warehouse, after a five minute setup. The vendor says their standardized cloud pipelines are fully managed and zero-maintenance. The vendor says Fivetran began with a realization: For modern companies using cloud-based software and storage, traditional ETL tools badly underperformed, and the complicated configurations they required often led to project failures. To streamline and accelerate…
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Stitch from Talend
Score 7.9 out of 10
N/A
Stitch, or Stitch Data, now from Talend (acquired in late 2018) is an ETL tool for developers; the company was spun off from RJMetrics after that company's acquisition by Magento. Talend describes Stitch as a cloud-first, open source platform for rapidly moving data. It is available on a Free plan, and also a Standard and Enterprise plan which include more advanced features (e.g. an account manager, multiple data destinations, HIPAA compliance, advanced scheduling).N/A
Pricing
FivetranStitch from Talend
Editions & Modules
Starter
$0.01
per credit
Standard
$0.01
per credit
Enterprise
$0.01
per credit
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
FivetranStitch from Talend
Free Trial
YesNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeOptionalNo setup fee
Additional Details
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Community Pulse
FivetranStitch from Talend
Considered Both Products
Fivetran
Chose Fivetran
Fivetran came well with the connectors' availability and updates with the source changes.
We had an idea on data requirements in our case which helped us to work out on cost implication and take a decision for Fivetran as a data provider for our organization.
These were 2 …
Chose Fivetran
Fivetran is more intuitive and easier to use than code-based ETL/ELT tools. The data modelling Fivetran performs makes the data more usable more quickly. Fivetran's dbt support and integration is unique.
Stitch from Talend
Chose Stitch from Talend
Stitch is much cheaper and probably simpler than tools like Fivetran. Stitch is for simpler projects and used alongside traditional ETL and writing ones own code into APIs.
Fivetran is more of a overarching tool but also more expensive
Chose Stitch from Talend
Stitch from Talend is way more cost effective and has a business model that better aligns with our company. From what I can tell Stitch from Talend has a better customer support platform as well and has been very easy to work with when issues have come up. They also seem less …
Top Pros
Top Cons
Features
FivetranStitch from Talend
Data Source Connection
Comparison of Data Source Connection features of Product A and Product B
Fivetran
7.6
6 Ratings
8% below category average
Stitch from Talend
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Ratings
Connect to traditional data sources8.66 Ratings00 Ratings
Connecto to Big Data and NoSQL6.64 Ratings00 Ratings
Data Transformations
Comparison of Data Transformations features of Product A and Product B
Fivetran
7.5
5 Ratings
11% below category average
Stitch from Talend
-
Ratings
Simple transformations7.55 Ratings00 Ratings
Complex transformations7.53 Ratings00 Ratings
Data Modeling
Comparison of Data Modeling features of Product A and Product B
Fivetran
7.2
6 Ratings
12% below category average
Stitch from Talend
-
Ratings
Data model creation7.25 Ratings00 Ratings
Metadata management8.63 Ratings00 Ratings
Business rules and workflow4.24 Ratings00 Ratings
Collaboration8.93 Ratings00 Ratings
Testing and debugging7.12 Ratings00 Ratings
Data Governance
Comparison of Data Governance features of Product A and Product B
Fivetran
6.8
5 Ratings
19% below category average
Stitch from Talend
-
Ratings
Integration with data quality tools6.74 Ratings00 Ratings
Integration with MDM tools7.02 Ratings00 Ratings
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User Ratings
FivetranStitch from Talend
Likelihood to Recommend
8.5
(7 ratings)
6.0
(4 ratings)
Usability
9.0
(1 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Performance
8.0
(1 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
User Testimonials
FivetranStitch from Talend
Likelihood to Recommend
Fivetran
Fivetran's business model justifies the use-case where we require data from a single source basically a lot of data but if the requirement is not on the heavier side, Fivetran comes to costly operation when compared to its peers. Otherwise, I'll recommend Fivetran for stability and update and seamless service provider.
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Qlik
Stitch is very cheap and useful for small to medium size companies to ingest data from common apis/platforms in a quick and cheap way.
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Pros
Fivetran
  • Easily connects to source data using delivered connectors
  • Transforms data into standard models and schemas
  • Has very good documentation to help quickly setup connectors
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Qlik
  • Easy integration with many sources
  • Extensible
  • Not as expensive as fivetran
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Cons
Fivetran
  • More detailed logging
  • More flexible choices for time range over which records are synced
  • More options for masking and excluding sensitive data
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Qlik
  • Stitch is not good at replicating document stores like MongoDB to relational databases. To be fair, this is a difficult task. Stitch flattens the objects, but the result is unwieldy.
  • Stitch cannot replicate the same source to multiple sinks, which is inconvenient if you want to replicate some of a datastore's tables to Redshift and others to Redshift Spectrum, for instance.
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Usability
Fivetran
Just need to input connection info.
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Qlik
No answers on this topic
Performance
Fivetran
It runs pretty well and gets our data from point A to point cluster quickly enough. Honestly, it's not something I think about unless it breaks and that's pretty rare.
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Qlik
No answers on this topic
Alternatives Considered
Fivetran
We never seriously considered using anything else. Our data engineers had used Fivetran extensively in previous roles so when it came time to make a decision, there wasn't much of a process. They gladly signed the contract with Fivetran pretty quickly.
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Qlik
Stitch from Talend is way more cost effective and has a business model that better aligns with our company. From what I can tell Stitch from Talend has a better customer support platform as well and has been very easy to work with when issues have come up. They also seem less pushy when it comes to sales.
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Return on Investment
Fivetran
  • Development cost have reduced for each connector
  • The pay-per-use model is still not out their which requires lot of overhead cost
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Qlik
  • Good ROI in terms of being able to monitor cost performance from Google, Facebook, etc.
  • Easy to have Salesforce data and Intercom data for dashboards.
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