📄️ Edit stream configuration
By editing stream configurations, you can customize how your data syncs to the destination. This allows you to manage aspects of the sync, such as replication frequency, destination namespace, and ensuring your data is written to the correct location.
📄️ Manage schema changes
Once every 24 hours, Airbyte checks for changes in your source schema and allows you to review the changes and fix breaking changes. This process helps ensure accurate and efficient data syncs, minimizing errors and saving you time and effort in managing your data pipelines.
📄️ Manage data residency
In Airbyte Cloud, you can set the default data residency and choose the data residency for individual connections, which can help you comply with data localization requirements.
📄️ Manage credits
This page provides guidance on enrolling in Airbyte Cloud’s Free Connector Program and purchasing credits.
📄️ Review the sync summary
The sync summary displays information about synced data, such as the amount of data moved, the number of records read and committed, and the total sync time. Reviewing this summary can help you monitor the sync performance and identify any potential issues.
📄️ Manage notifications
This page provides guidance on how to manage notifications for Airbyte Cloud, allowing you to stay up-to-date on the activities in your workspace.
📄️ Use the dbt Cloud integration
By using the dbt Cloud integration, you can create and run dbt transformations during syncs in Airbyte Cloud. This allows you to transform raw data into a format that is suitable for analysis and reporting, including cleaning and enriching the data.
📄️ Manage your workspace
An Airbyte Cloud workspace allows you to collaborate with other users and manage connections under a shared billing account.
📄️ Understand Airbyte Cloud limits
Understanding the following limitations will help you more effectively manage Airbyte Cloud:
📄️ Review the connection state
The connection state provides additional information about incremental syncs. It includes the most recent values for the global or stream-level cursors, which can aid in debugging or determining which data will be included in the next sync.