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Real-time database replication that's

Open source software for real-time data replication between databases and data warehouses. Leverage the power of CDC streaming, without the complex maintenance.

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Loved by data & engineering teams

We went from doing multi-hour batched syncs to real time streaming with Artie - we now have live visibility into what’s happening in the business. We were impressed at how easy Artie was to set up at our scale!

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Mike Cohen
Head of Data, Substack

Artie Transfer was the missing piece from our ETL data pipeline that delivered data replication between PostgreSQL and Snowflake! It enables our Product Intelligence team and our BI tools to have real-time access to data straight from our data warehouse.

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Tamas Boros
Engineering Director, FYLD AI

Artie’s simple configuration and interoperability with popular developer tools makes it an easy choice for replacing batch data replication with streaming in our upcoming data resiliency efforts.

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Ari Falkner
Software Engineer, OpenStore

Real-time and cost-effective architecture.
The ultimate pairing.

Stream only the data that has changed to the destination. Eliminate data latency and reduce computational overhead.


Allow your teams to make business decisions faster

Activate real-time data streams within your data stack so your team can respond to production data and drive actionable insights faster.


Use Artie to supercharge your AI/ML models

Supercharge your analytics platform with Artie. Amplify your AI/ML model’s effectiveness by incorporating reinforcement and online learning with real-time production data.


Reduce costs through efficient data transfer

Artie leverages CDC to sync only changed data, resulting in lower network traffic and compute costs compared to traditional ETLs.

Reliable, extensible data pipelines in the cloud

Artie Transfer has automatic retries and full schema detection, so that your data is always eventually consistent. Don’t see your source? Contact us to access our open API and start streaming your data today.

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Simple pricing that scales

No minimum commitments required. Pay for only what you use.


The power of Artie, self-hosted.

Open source

  • Access to all supported database and data warehouses connectors
  • Database replication leveraging change data capture (CDC)
  • Automatic schema detection
  • Basic telemetry and monitoring
  • Global support via Slack Community
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Pricing that scales with you.


  • Everything in Open Source
  • Cloud hosted and end to end management
  • New! Snowflake Eco Mode
  • Dashboard
  • Set up connectors with no coding required
  • User access management
  • Advanced networking including SSH tunneling and IP whitelisting
  • Dedicated Slack channel
  • Initial snapshots included for free


For even the largest enterprises and hybrid deployments.


  • Everything in Cloud
  • Bring your own Virtual Private Cloud
  • Access to Artie’s API for sources that are not available out of the box
  • White labeling
  • SSO
  • Custom snapshotter - parallel processing and ability to read from Postgres read replica
  • Enterprise support (24/7)
  • Dedicated onboarding/implementation assistance
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    • What is Artie Transfer?

      Artie Transfer is a modern optimization stack that enables real-time data transfer between your databases and data warehouse, reducing the data latency from multiple hours down to seconds.

      Ultimately, we increase the productivity of your data/engineering teams and allow companies to act on insights while the data is still relevant.

    • How does Artie Transfer work?

      Artie Transfer follows a reader/writer framework with Kafka or Google Pub/Sub as the messaging intermediary.
      1.  - We leverage a variety of readers such as Debezium to record change data capture (CDC) events and publish them onto Kafka or Google Pub/Sub
      2.  - Artie Transfer then consumes from the Kafka topic or Google Pub/Sub and directly writes the data into your data warehouse.

      Artie Transfer handles all data mutations (inserts, updates and deletes) and provides automatic schema evolution detection. To understand more about how we’re able to do this, go to our blog post where we nerd out on the details!

    • Is Artie Transfer able to handle historical backfills?

      Yes! When Artie initially connects to a new table, we will trigger snapshot mode such that we are able to capture the current state of your table and all the changes thereafter. Initial snapshots are included at no cost in our Cloud and Enterprise plans!

      One bonus about our streaming architecture is that if you have a large table, instead of waiting days to weeks for the initial snapshot to load in your destination, you are able to see results in a matter of seconds.

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    • Which databases are supported?

      To understand the list of sources and destinations that Artie Transfer supports, take a look at our documentation.

      If you don’t see your sources or destinations listed, get in touch with us at [email protected]!

    • Does Artie Transfer store my data?

      Artie Transfer does not store any of your data within its data processing layer and leverages an in-memory cache to optimize throughputs for columnar data stores.

    • What if Artie Transfer crashes in the middle of a data transfer?

      Artie Transfer leverages Kafka and commits the offset upon a successful response from the destination. In the event of a crash, Artie Transfer will seek the previous offset and continue streaming. This means a full re-sync is not required and you should expect no data loss!

    • Is Artie Transfer customizable?

      Yes, our deployment model is fully customizable such that we can accommodate the following (among others):
      1.  - Reading directly from your Kafka topic if the CDC message is already available.
      2.  - Deploying our readers such that we can publish the CDC messages onto Kafka.
      3.  - Deploy the end-end solution all within your VPC.
    • Is Artie Transfer scalable?

      Artie Transfer scales with you as you grow and will be able to maintain the same speed of transfer whether your table is 1 gigabyte or multiple terabytes. We are able to accomplish this because our architecture scales horizontally and leverages technologies like change data capture, Kafka, and Google Pub/Sub.

      To understand more about how we’re able to do this, go to our blog post where we nerd out on the details!

    • Can Artie Transfer sit in my VPC (virtual private cloud)/hybrid environment?

      Yes! This is supported in our Enterprise plan with custom pricing. This is also a great option for companies that want to whitelabel Artie to provide real-time streaming capabilities to their customers. Please contact sales to get started.
    • What’s the difference between Artie and traditional data transfer methods?

      Artie leverages change data capture (CDC) which means we only sync over changed data vs traditional data transfer methods of taking a snapshot of the entire source database. With CDC and a streaming based approach, we are able to achieve real-time data transfer without impacting performance on the source database. A side benefit of CDC includes lower network traffic and compute costs as less data is being processed.

    • Can Artie handle composite keys? Or tables without primary keys?

      Artie has built-in composite keys support and we also have the flexibility to support tables that do not have an explicit primary key.

    • Can Artie handle PostgreSQL TOAST columns?

      Yes! Artie is able to handle TOAST columns, we do not require higher level replica identities for the table which may increase load on your source database. Artie knows how to disregard unchanged TOAST values by integrating with Debezium's unavailable value placeholder.

    • I have a different question

      Email us at [email protected] or file an issue on GitHub.