There are two types of destinations:
Write data to tables in a database, such as PostgreSQL or MySQL.
Write data into object storage services like AWS S3 and Google Cloud Storage.
Destinations are released in stages, which are defined as follows:
- Generally Available: Generally Available (GA) destinations are stable and recommended for production use.
- Beta: Beta destinations are mostly stable, but may have minor bugs or inconsistencies. Beta destinations are recommended for production use, but may require extra care and attention.
- Alpha: Alpha destinations are in the early stages of development. They are released to gather feedback from the community and to test the source in production environments.
Fixed IP addresses
Fiber writes to your destination from a fixed set of IPs, which you should whitelist in your VPC. The IPs are: