"The reason we went with Airflow is its DAG presentation, that shows the relationships among everything. It's more of a configuration-driven workflow."
"The best part of Airflow is its direct support for Python, especially because Python is so important for data science, engineering, and design. This makes the programmatic aspect of our work easy for us, and it means we can automate a lot."
"I like the UI rework, it's much easier."
"The product integrates well with other pipelines and solutions."
"We have been quite satisfied with the stability of the solution."
"I found the following features very useful: DAG - Workload management and orchestration of tasks using."
"The initial setup was straightforward and it does not take long to complete."
"The scheduling and the calendar are very useful."
"It is the best product because of its stability. ActiveMatrix 5.x is highly stable in production, and the downtime is very low. I have worked on a lot of service projects, and the engine is very stable, robust, and scalable. The development and change requests can be pushed quickly, and the mapper activity and SSLT kind of features are also good. It is easy to do changes, testing, and deployment. Its deployment is very easy, and we can automate a lot of scripts for our on-premises solution. I work for an investment bank, and we have automated a lot of processes for our customers. Previously, we used to develop scripts and tools. With version 6.x, everything is moved to Maven and other things. Environment handling is done mostly through DevOps tools. As compared to Mulesoft, the deployment and configuration are very easy in TIBCO."
"The scalability of the solution itself is not as we expected. Being on the cloud, it should be easy to scale, however, it's not."
"The dashboard is connected into the BPM flow that could be improved."
"One specific feature that is missing from Airflow is that the steps of your workflow are not pipelined, meaning the stageless steps of any workflow. Not every workflow can be implemented within Airflow."
"I would like to see it more friendly for other use cases."
"Technical support is an area that needs improvement."
"We're currently using version 1.10, but I understand that there's a lot of improvements in version 2. In the earlier version that we're using, we sometimes have problems with maintenance complexity. Actually using Airflow is okay, but maintaining it has been difficult."
"UI can be improved with additional user-friendly features for non-programmers and for fewer coding practitioner requirements."
"ActiveMatrix is in the middle field. MuleDB is more on the engineering side with Java and other things. SnapLogic is there are on the higher side with very low coding. TIBCO stays in the middle like IBM or Oracle. TIBCO can move towards IBM's way of doing. IBM has a big market and many varieties of products and good integration, which TIBCO doesn't have. It can have better integration. TIBCO's transition to the cloud is a little slow. As compared to Dell, Boomi, and Mulesoft. TIBCO took the steps a little later. TIBCO's ID was far better and easier to work with previously. TIBCO's 5.x ID was very good, and the development environment and the transition were easy. Version 6.5 onwards, it is a stable product, but it would be good if they can do something similar to version 5.4 with version 6. They should concentrate on this API market. It will give them the strength and the ability to grab the market back."
"Technical support needs to be streamlined."
Airflow is a platform to programmatically author, schedule and monitor workflows.
Use airflow to author workflows as directed acyclic graphs (DAGs) of tasks. The airflow scheduler executes your tasks on an array of workers while following the specified dependencies. Rich command line utilities make performing complex surgeries on DAGs a snap. The rich user interface makes it easy to visualize pipelines running in production, monitor progress, and troubleshoot issues when needed.
When workflows are defined as code, they become more maintainable, versionable, testable, and collaborative.
Apache Airflow is ranked 8th in Business Process Management (BPM) with 7 reviews while TIBCO ActiveMatrix BPM is ranked 22nd in Business Process Management (BPM) with 2 reviews. Apache Airflow is rated 7.8, while TIBCO ActiveMatrix BPM is rated 7.6. The top reviewer of Apache Airflow writes "Helps us maintain a clear separation of our functional logic from our operational logic". On the other hand, the top reviewer of TIBCO ActiveMatrix BPM writes "Good integration capabilities and workflow features but is extremely expensive". Apache Airflow is most compared with Camunda Platform, Amazon Step Functions, IBM BPM, IBM Business Automation Workflow and Informatica Cloud Api and App Integration, whereas TIBCO ActiveMatrix BPM is most compared with Camunda Platform, IBM BPM, Pega BPM, Appian and Blue Prism. See our Apache Airflow vs. TIBCO ActiveMatrix BPM report.
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