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Data integration platform for ELT pipelines from APIs, databases & files to databases, warehouses & lakes

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We believe that only an open-source solution to data movement can cover the long tail of data sources while empowering data engineers to customize existing connectors. Our ultimate vision is to help you move data from any source to any destination. Airbyte already provides 300+ connectors for popular APIs, databases, data warehouses, and data lakes.

You can implement Airbyte connectors in any language and take the form of a Docker image that follows the Airbyte specification. You can create new connectors very fast with:

Airbyte has a built-in scheduler and uses Temporal to orchestrate jobs and ensure reliability at scale. Airbyte leverages dbt to normalize extracted data and can trigger custom transformations in SQL and dbt. You can also orchestrate Airbyte syncs with Airflow, Prefect, or Dagster.

Airbyte OSS Connections UI

Explore our demo app.

Quick start

Run Airbyte locally

You can run Airbyte locally with Docker. The shell script below will retrieve the requisite docker files from the platform repository and run docker compose for you.

git clone --depth 1
cd airbyte

Login to the web app at http://localhost:8000 by entering the default credentials found in your .env file.


Follow web app UI instructions to set up a source, destination, and connection to replicate data. Connections support the most popular sync modes: full refresh, incremental and change data capture for databases.

Read the Airbyte docs.

Manage Airbyte configurations with code

You can also programmatically manage sources, destinations, and connections with YAML files, Octavia CLI, and API.

Deploy Airbyte to production

Deployment options: Docker, AWS EC2, Azure, GCP, Kubernetes, Restack, Plural, Oracle Cloud, Digital Ocean...

Use Airbyte Cloud

Airbyte Cloud is the fastest and most reliable way to run Airbyte. It is a cloud-based data integration platform that allows you to collect and consolidate data from various sources into a single, unified system. It provides a user-friendly interface for data integration, transformation, and migration.

With Airbyte Cloud, you can easily connect to various data sources such as databases, APIs, and SaaS applications. It also supports a wide range of popular data sources like Salesforce, Stripe, Hubspot, PostgreSQL, and MySQL, among others.

Airbyte Cloud provides a scalable and secure platform for data integration, making it easier for users to move, transform, and replicate data across different applications and systems. It also offers features like monitoring, alerting, and scheduling to ensure data quality and reliability.

Sign up for Airbyte Cloud and get free credits in minutes.


Get started by checking Github issues and creating a Pull Request. An easy way to start contributing is to update an existing connector or create a new connector using the low-code and Python CDKs. You can find the code for existing connectors in the connectors directory. The Airbyte platform is written in Java, and the frontend in React. You can also contribute to our docs and tutorials. Advanced Airbyte users can apply to the Maintainer program and Writer Program.

If you would like to make a contribution to the platform itself, please refer to guides in the platform repository.

Read the Contributing guide.

Reporting vulnerabilities

⚠️ Please do not file GitHub issues or post on our public forum for security vulnerabilities, as they are public! ⚠️

Airbyte takes security issues very seriously. If you have any concerns about Airbyte or believe you have uncovered a vulnerability, please get in touch via the e-mail address In the message, try to provide a description of the issue and ideally a way of reproducing it. The security team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Note that this security address should be used only for undisclosed vulnerabilities. Dealing with fixed issues or general questions on how to use the security features should be handled regularly via the user and the dev lists. Please report any security problems to us before disclosing it publicly.


See the LICENSE file for licensing information, and our FAQ for any questions you may have on that topic.


  • Connectors Registry Report for a list of connectors available in Airbyte and Airbyte Cloud
  • Weekly office hours for live informal sessions with the Airbyte team
  • Slack for quick discussion with the Community and Airbyte team
  • Discourse for deeper conversations about features, connectors, and problems
  • GitHub for code, issues and pull requests
  • Youtube for videos on data engineering
  • Newsletter for product updates and data news
  • Blog for data insights articles, tutorials and updates
  • Docs for Airbyte features
  • Roadmap for planned features

Thank You

Airbyte would not be possible without the support and assistance of other open-source tools and companies. Visit our thank you page to lear more about how we build Airbyte.