Tray Platform / Connecting to on-prem systems / Configuring non-AWS options / Shared static IP
Shared static IP
For certain services, you can whitelist the Tray.io shared static IPs, so that you are not opening your database to the world (as per the docs pages, this is available for the following connectors: LDAP, Snowflake, MS SQL, Mongo DB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Redshift)
This is the simplest on-premise deployment option.
For all of the following connectors, Tray.io has a list of public static IPs:
The static IPs, as per the above diagram, are:
So, rather than opening your databases to the world, you can whitelist these IPs with your firewall to ensure that you are only accepting communications from Tray.io and can then forward them to the correct ports for your on-prem databases.
Basic required info
|Geographic location||The region in which your network is located|
We will locate the Tray.io VPC in a region that is optimal in terms of latency when connecting