SFTP to Alloy DB for Postgres in minutes

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Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) is a network protocol for securely accessing, transferring and managing large files and sensitive data. It was designed as an extension of Secure Shell (SSH) and enables access, transfer and management of files over a network. It's used for secure file transfers over Transport Layer Security (TLS) and the transfer of data for virtual private network (VPN) applications. SFTP uses SSH and requires that clients are authenticated by the server. Commands and data are encrypted to prevent passwords and other sensitive information from being exposed to the network in plain text.

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Alloy DB for Postgres

AlloyDB is a fully-managed, PostgreSQL-compatible database for demanding transactional and analytical workloads.

Estuary helps move data from SFTP to Alloy DB for Postgres in minutes with millisecond latency.

Estuary builds free, open-source connectors to extract data from SFTP and write data to in real-time, allowing you to enable a copy of your data wherever you want.

All your data, where you need it

Consolidate your data into the leading warehouses, then integrate with your tools of choice.