This quick start is for users who are learning how to use Decodable. Complete the following steps to create a basic Decodable setup that receives data from a data source, processes the data as needed, and then sends the processed data to a data destination.
This quick start assumes that you have already set up a Decodable Account. If you have not already done so, see Set up a Decodable Account.
|1||Add Decodable IP Addresses.|
In order for Decodable to access any upstream or downstream systems, you must whitelist the IP addresses for Decodable in AWS.
|Decodable IP Addresses|
|2||Get data into Decodable using connectors.||Connect to a data source|
|3||Configure an input stream.|
A stream transports records within Decodable.
|Create and Manage Streams|
|4||(Optional) Create and apply pipelines to transform data.|
You can skip this step if you want to move data from one place to another, without transforming it.
|About Decodable Pipelines|
|5||Configure an output stream.||Create and Manage Streams|
|6||Get data out of Decodable into a destination using connectors.||Connect to a data destination|
Updated 14 days ago