A Data Connector represents a location from and to which data can be read and written. For example, an AWS S3 bucket or a Google Cloud Storage bucket. By itself, a Data Connector does nothing, but paired with a batch job or batch exporter, it provides a flexible way to read or export data. When creating a Data Connector, credentials must be provided that grant the required access (read, write, or both).
The following data connector and credential types are currently supported:
|Data Connector Type||Credentials Type|
|Amazon S3 Bucket||IAM User Access Key|
|Google Cloud Storage Bucket||Service Account Credentials|
|Azure Blob Storage Container||Application Principal Client Secret Credentials|