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Platform Information

Meltano Cloud is currently in Beta.

While in Beta, functionality is not guaranteed and subject to change.
If you're interested in using Meltano Cloud please join our waitlist.

Cloud Platform

Meltano Cloud currently runs on AWS.

Python Version

Meltano Cloud uses Python 3.9. After our GA launch, we aim to support all active versions of Python that are not yet at their end of life.

Run Storage

Meltano Cloud enables up to 10GB of ephemeral disk storage during a run.

Future plans include making this configurable.


The primary AWS region hosting Meltano Cloud is us-west-2 (Oregon, US).

Future plans include expanding into an EU region (timing is TBD).

IP Addresses

We use the following IP addresses for all egress traffic. Add the following IPs to your allow list if your Meltano Cloud workload requires access to your protected servers.

Reserved Variables

There are specific environment variables that are reserved for certain use-cases.

SSH Private Keys for Private Git Repository Package Access

GIT_SSH_PRIVATE_KEY is a reserved variable that should be set if you have private git repositories that are accessed during meltano install and can be accessed via SSH.

To specify it, set the ssh private key environment variable using meltano-cloud config env set, which will look similar to this:

meltano-cloud config env set --key GIT_SSH_PRIVATE_KEY --value '-----BEGIN OPENSSH PRIVATE KEY-----

Note the quotes around the key value, which permits multi-line input.

Prior to setting your key via the CLI you can also validate that its formatted properly using the following command:

foo@bar:~$ ssh-keygen -y -f <your_key_file>
ssh-ed25519 AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAABAQCwK+DnOJItBOvbGbeqr0ts00aJGdN8vqD0ppq4
foo@bar:~$ ssh-keygen -y -f <your_key_file>
Load key "id_ed25519": invalid format