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Aiven for Apache Flink® service plans

Aiven for Apache Flink® is available in a few variants (plans or tiers), each offering a different set of features. Explore the Aiven for Apache Flink service plans and find out what they cover to identify the one that best suits your needs.

To view and compare the different plans, and learn about their pricing details, take a look at the plans and pricing page.

Service plans

Aiven for Apache Flink is packaged into two tiers, each including a range of plans to suit the size of your workloads and currently available on AWS, GCP, and Microsoft Azure cloud environments. All services and infrastructure are single-tenant and dedicated solely to a single customer, which ensures a high level of security and isolation for your data.

  • Business - high-availability plan for business-focused apps and internal services
  • Premium - high-availability plan that can handle high query rates and large amounts of data for mission-critical applications.

To view all the plans and learn their pricing details, see Plan Pricing.

Custom plans

Aiven for Apache Flink plans are optimized for working well in the various clouds supported by Aiven. The plans also enable migration between the clouds. Should any available plans not be an ideal fit for your workload, we're happy to tailor a custom plan for you to better suit your needs.

Learn how to request a custom plan.


All Aiven services, including Aiven for Apache Flink, are billed based on actual usage, which means you only pay for what you use: no up-front fees and no termination charges.

The minimum hourly charge unit is one hour. Powering off or deleting a service stops the accumulation of charges immediately. We calculate your final bill based on your consumption over that period and deliver it as a single invoice per project. For generating a consolidated invoice across multiple projects, manage billing groups in Aiven Console.

Billing on partial hours

Minutes of usage are rounded to the nearest hour. However, the one-hour minimum charge unit still applies.