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Pipebird is open source infrastructure for deploying customer-facing data pipelines. Pipebird requires minimal engineering effort to begin offering customers secure data pushes to their warehouses, directly from your product.
With Pipebird you can:
Pipebird is for companies that want to share data directly, securely, and cost efficiently.
Deploy on your own infrastructure and keep control of your data.
Pipebird is designed to be self-hosted. Our platform can be launched within your virtual cloud with the press of a button - your business data never hits our servers. Furthermore, we perform networking and compute cost optimizations to minimize your cloud provider bill.
Data originates from one of your company’s sources, which can be any of:
Your customers can define their own destinations, which your team can configure through our Destinations API.
Customers can choose to define some set of transformations to be applied on data by uploading Configurations which define mutations on the source data. For example, a consumer may want the Date column updated_at to be casted into a DateTime object in the destination.
We currently support renaming columns between sources and destinations and will be expanding destinations and working on transformations like:
We believe that creating a data pipeline should be made as simple as pressing a button from a vendor’s dashboard.
Native, customer-facing data pipelines offer a more secure and efficient way for organizations to share data with one another. Companies like Stripe and Customer.io have already invested in building out native data sharing features for their customers. Pipebird is designed to help developers at any company quickly offer the same powerful data sharing features, increasing security and decreasing complexity for their customers.
We’d love to work with you to grow Pipebird. Feel free to message us in the Pipebird Slack Community.
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The Pipebird repo is entirely MIT licensed, with the exception of
ee directory (if applicable).
Pipebird is entirely free for developers. We’ll make money by charging larger companies that have more specific needs for additional features around security and scale.
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