WebhookDB can take its nicely schematized and normalized data and send it to any other database. Usually this means a data warehouse like Snowflake, Redshift, or some other Postgres instance. Most other database syncing systems update your data only periodically, but WebhookDB will sync data in near-real-time.
DB Sync is easy to get going. When you run
webhookdb dbsync create <integration id or table>, we’ll prompt you for the connection string and sync interval. While WebhookDB Cloud has a lower limit on sync intervals, you can get real-time DB syncing when self hosting.
By default, we’ll replicate to the
public schema and the same table name as the integration’s table, or you can provide the schema and table name.
$ webhookdb integrations list
NAME TABLE ID
stripe_customer_v1 stripe_customer_v1_8f82 svi_6i8987gxug15z0mxhi0dhwns0
$ webhookdb dbsync create stripe_customer_v1
Enter the database connection string that WebhookDB should sync data to: postgres://user:pass@dburl/db
How many seconds between syncs (60 to 86400): 800
Every 800 seconds, data from stripe_customer_v1 in stripe_customer_v1_8f82 will be synchronized to postgres://***:***@dburl/db
You can also provide the schema and table with flags (this will sync to
stripe.customers in the configured database):
$ webhookdb dbsync create stripe_customer_v1 --schema stripe --table customers stripe_customer_v1_8f82
Once the DB sync is successfully set up, it will periodically post new information to the endpoint using the interval you provided. You can also trigger a sync manually using the command
webhookdb dbsync trigger.
We currently support syncing with Postgres and Snowflake. Other databases, including DynamoDB, Redshift, BigQuery, MySQL, and SQL Server are available with WebhookDB Enterprise.
For more information on working with DB Syncing, you can check out the
dbsync manual page.