Open Source

Open Source

StreamPipes is available as open source software under the enterprise-friendly Apache License 2.0.
Installation instructions and a tutorial are described in our documentation (see below). All components listed below are available on Github, Docker Hub and Maven Central.
Available as open source
  • StreamPipes Core
  • StreamPipes SDK
  • StreamPipes Wrappers for Apache Flink, Apache Spark, Apache Kafka Streams and standalone components
  • StreamPipes examples and template project for Apache Flink
  • StreamPipes examples and template project for standalone pipeline elements
  • StreamPipes examples and template project for data stream definitions
For enterprises, we also offer consulting and development services and an Enterprise Edition tailored to the needs of enterprises. Just Contact us if you have any questions!
StreamPipes consists of four components.
  • StreamPipes Pipeline Editor The pipeline editor is a graphical, web-based editor to easily create processing pipelines.
  • StreamPipes Pipeline Manager The pipeline manager controls and monitors the execution of pipelines and provides assistance for intuitive and error-free pipeline authoring.
  • StreamPipes SDK The SDK is a programming interface that makes it easy to extend StreamPipes with new data streams, processing algorithms and data sinks.
  • StreamPipes Pipeline Elements A toolbox of generic, reusable or domain-specific processing algorithms and data sinks for a large variety of use cases.
We want to make sure that StreamPipes will attract a growing community of interested parties. This requires for clear user and developer guides and well-documented software libraries. Therefore, we plan for an incremental open source release of the StreamPipes components until the end of 2018.
  • December 2017. A first version of the Software Development Kit (SDK) will be released. A preview of the community edition will be available in form of ready-to-use docker images.
  • April 2018. We will release a first open source version of the StreamPipes Community Edition.
  • Summer 2018. The pipeline editor will be available as open source.