Amazon Redshift

Getting started with Amazon Web Services Redshift

To use any of the above modules, you need to have an Amazon Web Services account and a running Redshift cluster configured for public access from the Internet. If you don't have an AWS account, you can create it here: If you don't have a running cluster, you can look at the guides provided by Amazon, here: Don't forget to enable access for your cluster from the Internet so, Integromat can actually receive access.

Connecting Amazon Redshift to Integromat

To connect your Amazon Redshift cluster to Integromat, follow the general instructions for Connecting to services. You will be prompted to enter the host (which is your cluster URL, which you get in your AWS Console), port (which is the port on which your database is running; default is 5439), user (which is your database user), password (which is your database user password) and database.

After you have filled all required fields you can press the 'Continue' button and Integromat will try to establish a connection to your database. If it succeeds, the dialog will close and you will be able to continue setting up your module.

Integromat will make connections to your database from the following IP range: Our servers are set up with valid PTR records so you can easily restrict access by allowingalowing

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