SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Google Data Cloud & AI Summit -- Airbyte, creators of the fastest-growing open-source data integration platform, today announced that Airbyte Cloud has successfully achieved Google Cloud Ready - AlloyDB designation for AlloyDB for PostgreSQL, Google Cloud’s newest fully-managed PostgreSQL-compatible database service for the most demanding enterprise database workloads.
Google Cloud Ready - AlloyDB is a new designation for the solutions of Google Cloud’s technology partners that integrate with AlloyDB. These partners have closely collaborated with Google to add support for AlloyDB into their solutions and tune their existing functionality for optimal outcomes. This designation recognizes the partner solutions that have met a core set of functional requirements and validated in collaboration with Google cloud engineering teams.
Airbyte Cloud is an open-source data integration platform that syncs data from APIs, databases, and files to data warehouses, lakes, and other destinations. In addition to providing hosting and management, Airbyte Cloud enables companies to have multiple workspaces and access management for their teams. It also supports oAuth authentication to enable less technical users to connect their tools.
By earning this designation, Airbyte Cloud has proven to meet a core set of functional and interoperability requirements when integrating with AlloyDB and refined documentation for ease of onboarding by customers. This designation enables customers to discover and have confidence that the Airbyte Cloud they use today works well with AlloyDB or saves time on evaluating them, if not already using.
“Recognizing Airbyte as Google Cloud Ready - AlloyDB means customers can expect ease of integration and fast time to value from its data integration platform and their data in AlloyDB – enabling more organizations to benefit from the performance, scalability, and reliability of the AlloyDB database,” said Ritika Suri, director, technology partnerships at Google Cloud.
Being part of the program, Airbyte gets more opportunities to collaborate closely with Google Cloud partner engineering and AlloyDB teams to develop joint roadmaps.
“The integration with AlloyDB for PostgreSQL further strengthens Airbyte's capabilities, continuing our mission to make data actionable for everyone, everywhere,” said Chris Tatarowicz, head of business development at Airbyte.
Airbyte makes moving data easy and affordable across almost any source and destination, helping enterprises provide their users with access to the right data for analysis and decision-making. Airbyte has the largest data engineering contributor community – with more than 600 contributors – and the best tooling to build and maintain connectors with its Connector Development Kit.
Go here for documentation on the getting started instructions for Airbyte Cloud with AlloyDB. To learn more about Google Cloud Ready - AlloyDB and its benefits go here.
Airbyte is the open-source data integration leader running in the safety of your cloud and syncing data from applications, APIs, and databases to data warehouses, lakes, and other destinations. Airbyte was co-founded by Michel Tricot (former director of engineering and head of integrations at Liveramp and RideOS) and John Lafleur (serial entrepreneur of dev tools and B2B). The company is headquartered in San Francisco with a distributed team around the world. To learn more, visit airbyte.com.