This is the third blog in a three-part series examining the internal Google history that led to Dataflow, how Dataflow works as a Google Cloud service.
Editor's note: This is the third blog in a three-part series examining the [internal Google history that led to Dataflow_](https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/data-analytics/how-cloud-batch-and-stream-data-processing-works), [how Dataflow works as a Google Cloud service_](https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/data-analytics/cloud-batch-and-stream-processing-for-analytics), and here, how it compares and contrasts with other products in the marketplace.
To place Google Cloud’s stream and batch processing tool Dataflow in the larger ecosystem, we'll discuss how it compares to other data processing systems. Each system that we talk about has a unique set of strengths and applications that it has been optimized for. We’re biased, of course, but we think that we've balanced these needs particularly well in Dataflow.
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