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Menno Hamburg

Menno Hamburg

02/07/2022, 3:15 PM
Maybe not the best place to put this question, but did not find a better place. On the pricing page I read that Airbyte Cloud is currently US-only. I am based in the EU and out of curiosity, what kind of regulatory is withholding you from offering EU based endpoints? GDPR? But you are not storing any data, so it should be easier? Also, different topic, if resources are behind a firewall, how can I either push or retrieve data in a secure matter (without needing an on-prem solution?)
Tim Roes (Airbyte)

Tim Roes (Airbyte)

02/07/2022, 4:52 PM
@Menno Hamburg Yes it mainly is GDPR as you already guessed 🙂 Even without storing data, there is enough data running through those servers, plus we store logs of the syncs, etc. why there is a bit more work to be done for complying with GDPR fully. But this is a temporary state, and eventually we'll also want to make cloud available outside the US
John (Airbyte)

John (Airbyte)

02/07/2022, 5:19 PM
we do have EU companies using us, but they're okay with our current GDPR compliance state. We hope to be GDPR-compliant in Q3 this year.