Allowing Integrate.io ETL access to my data on Google Cloud Storage

Integrate.io ETL uses highly secured certificate-based authentication to connect to your Google Cloud Storage. This article discusses providing Integrate.io ETL access to your Google Cloud Storage and then details creating a Google Cloud Storage connection in Integrate.io ETL.

 

To enable Integrate.io ETL to read or write to a bucket, grant permissions to Integrate.io ETL for the relevant bucket:

  1. Access your Google Cloud Console.
  2. Click the project name for which you want to grant Integrate.io ETL access.
  3. In the navigation pane, expand Storage
  4. If you wish to create a new bucket, click Create bucket. Give it a name and click Create.
  5. Click on the 3 dots near the desired bucket and select Edit bucket permission.
  6. In the permissions section, click Add Members. Then add Integrate.io ETL Google Cloud username:
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    to the relevant roles
  7. To allow Integrate.io ETL read-only access to the bucket, select the following roles: Storage Legacy Bucket Reader and: Storage Legacy Object Reader
  8. To allow Integrate.io ETL read and write access to the bucket, select the following roles: Storage Legacy Bucket Writer and: Storage Legacy Object Reader
  9. Click Save.undefined

To create a Google Cloud Storage connection in Integrate.io ETL

  1. Click the Connections icon (lightning bolt) on the top left menu.
  2. To create a connection, click New connection. undefined
  3. Choose Google Cloud Storage.
  4. Name the connection.
  5. Enter the Project ID.
  6. Click Test Connection to make sure the connection details are correct.
  7. Click Create connection to create the connection. undefined