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Download SQLPipe

This page contains download links for the Community Edition of SQLPipe. If you’re interested in SQLPipe Pro, which is faster and has additional security features, you may subscribe on AWS, Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud Platform.

SQLPipe is available for Linux, macOS, and Windows, and runs on ARM64 and AMD64 / x86 processors, so be sure to choose the right download link.

Lastly, SQLPipe has no dependencies. Just download the right version and you’re good to go!

ARM Processors

ARM processors are growing in popularity due to their power efficiency, and corresponding low rental cost. We recommend running SQLPipe on an ARM processor, if you can. If not, don’t worry, there isn’t a big difference in performance or efficiency.

Linux on ARM

Using Linux on ARM processors is becoming increasingly common on public clouds, such as with AWS' new Graviton processors.

macOS in ARM

Apple has recently started making all new laptops with ARM processors.

Windows on ARM

Microsoft is investing lots of resources into making Windows run more smoothly on ARM processors.

x86 Processors

x86 processors are still the dominant player in the server chip market. If you are looking to run SQLPipe on your local machine, or on prem, you will probably have to use an x86 version of SQLPipe.

Linux on x86

Linux servers running on x86 processors power a lot of the internet - of course SQLPipe runs on them!

macOS on x86

Lots of Apple laptops still use x86 chips - maybe even most of them. If your laptop is from before 2021, it is an x86 machine.

Windows on x86

x86 is still the dominant processor architecture for Windows computers - even brand new ones. This may change in the near future, though!