Work with your database as easily as your code

Work with your database as easy as your code

Get a

safe,

minimized

version

of your

production

database

on your laptop

in minutes

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25%

of software developers copy their

production database to their laptop.

This is slow, large and often unsafe or even illegal.

Cleaning up this sensitive data is difficult to maintain, resulting

in large datasets that need to be continuously downloaded.

25%

25%

of software developers copy their production database to their laptop.

This is slow, large and often unsafe or even illegal.

Cleaning up this sensitive data is difficult to maintain, resulting  in large datasets that need to be continuously downloaded.

How it works

How it works

Connect your
database

Exclude tables & sanitize data

Create snapshots
of your database

Restore locally
via the CLI

Product overview

Product overview

Snaplet is

a software

developer's tool

for working

with

safe, versioned,

up-to-date,

production-like data,

at the snap of your fingers.

Safe & secure
Easily identify and sanitize sensitive user data.
Only authenticated team members can
restore snapshots.
Custom sanitized data
Exclude trivial tables  & define exactly how to imitate personally identifiable information.
Fast, tiny downloads
Restore only essential tables as and when needed to create snapshots in just a few minutes.
Realistic
Substitute sensitive fields with  synthesized data so your development database looks and acts as real as possible.
Up to date
Schedule nightly, hourly or on-demand snapshots 
of your database.
Easy to restore
Easily restore your imitation database onto your local computer using our CLI.

How we work with your data

How we work with your data

When we create a snapshot of your data a containerized worker is launched, it decrypts your database credentials, connects to your database and grabs your schema.

Your data is transformed row-by-row, in memory, according to your export settings.

The sanitized snapshots are uploaded to an encrypted, and private bucket where they await restoration from the CLI.

 Afterwards, the container is shutdown and then destroyed.

Team

Founders

Scott Chacon
Co-founder of Berlin accelerator SCNE_io
Co-founder of github
Peter Pistorius
Co-creator of RedwoodJS
Enamoured with PostgresQL
Node.js and React