Feb 8, 2023

Aiven continues open source streaming ecosystem innovation with general availability for Aiven for Apache Flink®

Apache Flink® service enables enterprises and developers to process streaming data in real time and deploy their fully managed Flink applications in the cloud of their choice

HELSINKI, FinlandFebruary 8, 2023Aiven, the open source cloud data platform, announced today that its fully-managed service, Aiven for Apache Flink®, is now generally available, delivering the first managed service for Apache Flink® that can be deployed in the cloud of your choice including all three major cloud service providers, AWS, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure.

Over the past year, the ability for companies to analyze data in real time has transformed from a ‘nice-to-have’, to a ‘must-have’ tool to provide rich and contextual experiences to their customers and end users while staying ahead of the competition. With the addition of Aiven for Apache Flink, Aiven now offers a complete open source streaming ecosystem complementing and integrating with Aiven for Apache Kafka® to satisfy most real time data application scenarios and bring a robust, scalable and production-grade streaming infrastructure to the cloud of your choice.

“Having a production-grade Apache Flink offering is a game changer for real-time data processing use cases, driving business insights. Aiven for Apache Flink enables developer productivity with the best open source technologies and makes developers’ lives easier.” said Jonah Kowall, Vice President of Product Management at Aiven. “Aiven for Apache Flink is the glue and intelligence tying together our platform capabilities between Apache Kafka® along with popular databases such as PostgreSQL, OpenSearch, and more integrations coming every week. Our experience brings a cloud streaming data infrastructure that is resilient, scalable and can be easily migrated and managed across cloud vendors through the Aiven console. I am very excited about what the future of this service holds for our customers and the stream processing market in general, as more organizations harness the power of real-time data processing”.

Aiven for Apache Flink provides value to customers through a focus on delivering:

Apache Flink is the foundational stream processing technology for the Aiven platform, managed and controlled by the Aiven console, API and CLI to drive programmatic stream processing at scale. This not only complements Aiven’s open source streaming ecosystem for Apache Kafka but also gets Aiven a step closer to providing a cloud data platform that can  ease the integration and processing of real-time data for developers and data engineers. With Aiven’s open source streaming ecosystem, managed database and observability technologies, Aiven now offers a cloud data platform ready to harness the demands of the modern technology organization.

To learn more about Aiven for Apache Flink, please visit

Additional Resources

Read more about our open source streaming ecosystem for Apache Kafka.

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About Aiven

Headquartered in Helsinki and with hubs in Amsterdam, Berlin, Boston, Paris, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo, and Toronto. Aiven provides managed open source data technologies, such as PostgreSQL®, Apache Kafka® and OpenSearch®, on all major clouds. Through Aiven, developers can do what they do best: create applications. Meanwhile, Aiven does what they do best: manage cloud data infrastructure. Aiven enables customers to drive business results from open source data technologies that trigger true transformations on a global scale. Most recently, Aiven achieved a $3B valuation and has now raised $420M total funding backed by its investors Atomico, Earlybird, Eurazeo, IVP, Lifeline, Salesforce Ventures, and World Innovation Lab.

To learn more about Aiven, visit and follow @aiven_io on Twitter.

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