Hopsworks Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

Hopsworks

Machine learning (ML) application building platform

4.67/5 (3 reviews)

Hopsworks Pricing

Starting from: $1.00/month

Pricing model: Free, Subscription

Free Trial: Available

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Hopsworks Pricing Reviews

1 reviewers had the following to say about Hopsworks's pricing:

xavier m.

Hopsworks trial review

Used occasionally for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2020-02-11
Review Source: Capterra

Pros
- project oriented dat plateform - huge set of data analytics features (feature store, automl, lakehouse, kafka, spark, flink, ....) - devsecops oriented product (security, stretched cluster, model serving, scm, ...) - on-premise, cloud , multi-cloud (potential) and hybrid-cloud (potential) platform - easiness of use - european company - open source based product - gdpr compliancy - deep learning compliancy (gpu, tpu(?), pytorch, tensorflow) - openess (databricks, sagemake, ..., connectors) - ...

Cons
- Hudi instead of deltalake - lack of connection between deltalake (as provided with Hudi) and the feature store - unability to use the ELK or influxdb included tools - lack of connectors with AzureML, driveless ai, powerbi, azure datablob storage, snowflake, ... - lack of managed platform on azure or gcp as the one provided for aws - how to handle staging environment especially for the data sharing? - ability to deploy on a kubernetes environment outside hopsworks - R connection along with Python - difficulties to knwo the arguments for choosing hopsworks instead of dtabacricks, azureml, sagemaker, .... - lack of prepackaged, ready-to-use managed platform on an appliance for including intot a private datacenter - I don't know the pricing policy, and I'm not capable of comaring it with the competitor ones - no graphical etl-like tools enabling to create quickly a data engineering process and deploy it (à la dremio or dataiku)

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Likelihood to recommend: 8/10

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