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A data pipeline is a collection of data components to complete a task. These data components include Resources, Connectors, Streams, Endpoints, and more. Together they allow you to move your data from one place to another.

Every source Connector will emit Data Records into a Stream . Specific sources (e.g., Postgres using Logical Replication) emit change data capture events (inserts, updates, and deletes); out of the box, these sources also support mirroring from source to destination.