Keboola CLI (Command Line Interface), known also as “Keboola as Code”, is a set of commands for operating your cloud data
pipeline. It is available to install in the Windows, macOS, and Linux environments.
The whole Keboola project is represented by a local directory structure.
Component configurations are represented by JSON files.
Keboola CLI can be used, for example, to:
- Pull your entire project to a local directory in seconds. See the init and pull commands.
- Bulk edit component configurations in your IDE.
- Compare the local version with the current project state. See the diff command.
- Copy a configuration as a directory in the project and between projects. See the persist command.
- Apply all changes back to the project in a moment. See the push command.
- Manage project history in a git repository.
- Automate the whole process in a CI/CD pipeline. See GitHub Integration.
- Locally develop and test your dbt transformation code.
Brief overview of supported subsystems of the project.
- A branch can be pulled and then edited or deleted locally.
- Changes can be pushed back to the project.
- There is one limitation, a branch cannot be created locally.
- A branch must be created directly in the project, from the
- See the Create Branch command.
- Storage is NOT supported at this time.
- It is not possible to work with table definitions or contents.
- We plan to add storage support in the future.