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List of supported connectors

List of the environments and systems to which you can connect.

Unless stated otherwise the latest versions are supported.
Supported connectors and their categories

Supported system

Connection type

Unidirectional / Bidirectional
Amazon Aurora Databases Bidirectional
Amazon DynamoDB Databases Bidirectional
Amazon Redshift Databases Bidirectional
Apache Kudu Databases Bidirectional
Azure Cosmos DB Databases Bidirectional
Azure Synapse Databases Bidirectional
Couchbase Databases Bidirectional
Delta Lake Databases Bidirectional
Derby Databases Bidirectional
Google BigQuery Databases Bidirectional
Google Bigtable Databases Bidirectional
MariaDB Databases Bidirectional
Microsoft SQL Server Databases Bidirectional
Microsoft SQL Server - JTDS driver (Deprecated) Databases Bidirectional
MongoDB Databases Bidirectional
MySQL Databases Bidirectional
Oracle Databases Bidirectional
PostgreSQL Databases Bidirectional
SingleStore Databases Bidirectional
Snowflake, including pushdown capabilities Databases Bidirectional
Amazon S3 Cloud file systems Bidirectional
Azure Blob Storage Cloud file systems Bidirectional
Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 Cloud file systems Bidirectional
Box Cloud file systems Bidirectional
Google Cloud Storage Cloud file systems Bidirectional
Dynamics 365 Business applications Bidirectional
Marketo Business applications Bidirectional
Google Analytics Business applications Input only
Google Analytics 4 Business applications Input only
NetSuite Business applications Bidirectional
Salesforce Business applications Bidirectional
Workday Business applications Bidirectional
Zendesk Business applications Bidirectional
HTTP Client Web services Bidirectional
REST (deprecated) Web services Bidirectional
FTP File systems Bidirectional
HDFS File systems Bidirectional
Amazon Kinesis Messaging Input only
Apache Pulsar Messaging Bidirectional
Azure Event Hubs Messaging Bidirectional
Google PubSub Messaging Bidirectional
Kafka Messaging Bidirectional
RabbitMQ Messaging Bidirectional
ElasticSearch v2.4.4 to 6.3.2 Search and index Bidirectional
Local connection: This built-in connection allows you to store your local file as a dataset. Local connection (for local data) Bidirectional
Data generator: This connection allows you to generate random realistic data according to the conditions you define. Test connection (for test data) Input only
Test connection: This built-in connection allows you to enter manually your test data as a dataset. Test connection (for test data) Bidirectional
Talend Cloud Data Stewardship campaigns can be retrieved and used as pipeline sources and destinations, allowing you to both read from them and write into them. Talend Cloud platform Bidirectional

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