Coming Soon: Meltano Cloud

You build the pipelines, we keep them running

Meltano Cloud

All of the flexibility, none of the hassle.
  1. Let data engineers focus on high-value data work instead of managing infrastructure and custom scripts.
  2. Grow your data volumes without worrying about spend.
  3. Get professional support for connectors and the Meltano SDK.
  4. Quickly access pipeline status and logs via the CLI.
  5. Run any connector and data tool you like, from the Hub, PyPI, or a GitHub repo – private or public.
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Meltano Cloud is currently in private Alpha and opens to the public in Q2 2023. Sign up to receive more information and supercharge your data pipelines without the self-management burden.
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Focus on what you do best,
we’ll take care of the rest 


Predictable Pricing

No more surprise bills as your data volume grows: pay a flat fee for each pipeline run and know exactly what you’ll spend this month or this year.


Frictionless Deployment

From proof-of-concept to production in minutes: connect your Meltano project repo and see your data pipelines come to life—no Kubernetes required.


Managed Hosting

You build it, we’ll keep it up and running: from Singer taps and targets and dbt, to Great Expectations and custom Python scripts.


Multiple Environments

Don’t just hit “Save” and hope for the best: verify the end-to-end impact of any changes locally, in CI, and in staging before explicitly promoting them to production.

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Flexible Notifications

Get notified of pipeline status using Slack, email, or webhooks: set up custom flows in a tool like Zapier to trigger the appropriate actions based on pipeline metadata.


GitHub Authentication

Manage your Meltano project access and permissions in GitHub, and control in one place who can change pipelines, update configuration, run pipelines, and view status and logs.