With Stitch, you can consolidate data from a variety of databases into a single data warehouse.


Connecting Databases to Stitch

To connect a database integration to Stitch, you’ll need to create a database user for us and grant the appropriate permissions. Note that we will only ever read your data.

The security and privacy of your data is of the utmost importance to us. To ensure your data stays private, we recommend using an SSH or SSL connection to connect your database encrypt your data in transit.

For more info on our security policies and recommended best practices, check out the Security FAQ.

SSH & SSL Connection Support

The majority of our database integrations support connecting via an SSH Tunnel.

Stitch supports SSL connections for these database integrations:

VPN Connection Support

At this time, Stitch does not support VPN connections for any of our database integrations.


Current Database Integrations

Ready to connect your database to Stitch? For setup instructions and details on the queries Stitch runs to replicate data, check out the guides below.

If you don't see what you're looking for in the list below, check out the Singer project. A simple, composable, open-source ETL standard, Singer allows you to extract data from any source. Check out the Roadmap or GitHub repo to see what's currently being worked on.



Suggest an Integration

Don’t see your integration of choice listed here? We’d love to hear from you! Reach out to us with your suggestion.