ETL service for developers
Enables customizable loads, so developers can determine load time, replication frequency, and custom data selection
Uses open-source ETL integrations powered by Singer, so developers can integrate with AdWords, Hubspot, GitLab, Freshdesk, and more, with a JSON-based format
Replicates data in “Stitch API” and pulls historical data into a single warehouse
Automates email alerts when ETL errors pop up like expired credentials, integration updates, or when load is prevented due to errors
How Stitch works
Stitch is a powerful Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) service, which integrates your various data sources into a central data warehouse. Stitch has integrations for many enterprise software data sources, and can receive data via WebHooks and an API as well. If the tools you are using do not have native integrations with Stitch Data, you will need to manually configure your code to send data via one of the alternative methods.
Get more out of Stitch with Segment
Since Segment functions in the same way as a data source for Stitch, you can use your existing Segment implementation to forward data to Stitch. The result is that you do not need to rely on the availability of Stitch’s native integrations, and you do not have to modify your code to make calls to their API. This keeps your application code short and efficient, and allows you to begin sending data to Stitch almost immediately.
Stitch provides an option to integrate with Segment directly in the Stitch Dashboard workflow.