Airbyte has made available in the U.S. its cloud service for data movement and unifying data integration pipelines. Airbyte Cloud’s disruptive pricing model is based on compute time, which can be 10 times less expensive than the industry-norm volume-based pricing which is cost prohibitive when replicating high volumes of data.
The company also announced cooperation with open-source maintainers within its user community. Airbyte will provide compensation for helping deliver new features and bug fixes for the continuously-growing list of data connectors. Contributors can earn money for work on data connectors for finding software bugs, and for bug fixes.
Today, there are more than 170 Airbyte data connectors, which in the company’s history of 20 months, equals as many as those offered by any company. The company’s goal is to increase the number of data connectors to 300 this year. Here is the complete list of connectors available for Airbyte.
In addition to providing hosting and management, Airbyte Cloud enables companies to have multiple workspaces and provides access management for their teams.
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