An integration service that automates data flows by securely integrating third-party applications and AWS services without writing any code.
Run flows on-demand or on a schedule to keep data in sync across SaaS applications and AWS services.
Aggregate data from multiple sources to train analytics tools more effectively and save money.
Use flow management tools to track where and when data has moved.
Data is encrypted at rest and in transit.
Integrates with AWS PrivateLink to allow private data transfer over AWS rather than public data transfer over the internet.
Use custom connectors to transfer data between private APIs, on-premise systems, and cloud services.
Publish events related to the status of a flow using Amazon Event Bridge.
Provide access to the source and destination to enable data flow.
Stores configuration details and credentials to transfer data with applications.
API access tokens
In AWS CLI and AppFlow API, connections are called connector profiles.
Flows enable data transfer between the source and destination.
Specifies how data from the source is transferred to the destination.
Fields in each source object are mapped to fields in the destination.
Multiple fields in a source object are concatenated to a single field in the destination.
Mask sensitive field values so that only an asterisk appears in the destination field.
Allows you to truncate fields to a specific length.
Using filters, you can control which data records are transferred to the destination.
Trigger determines how a flow runs.
Run on-demand – run this flow every time you want to transfer data.
Run on event – for SaaS apps with change events.
Run on schedule – runs the flow on a recurring schedule.
Full transfer – transfers a snapshot of all records at the time of the flow run.
Incremental transfer – only records that have been added or updated since the last successful flow run are transferred.
You are charged per flow run and the maximum number of flow runs.
You are charged for data processing for flows whose destinations are:
Hosted on AWS
Integrated with AWS PrivateLink
You are charged per standard request and storage to read and write from AWS services.
You are charged for the use of AWS KMS CMKs to encrypt access tokens and data in transit.