CircleCI Sub-Processors

To support the delivery of the CircleCI services, Circle Internet Services, Inc., dba CircleCI (or one of its affiliates listed below) uses service providers that may store and process personal data about visitors to the CircleCI website and authorized users of the CircleCI platform.

The processors we engage may change. Please check this page regularly for updates.

Third-Party Processors

CircleCI currently uses the following third-party processors:

 Entity Name  Processing Activities  Entity  Country
 Amazon Web Services  Infrastructure provider  USA
 Amplitude  Data visualization software  USA  Digital business payments   USA 
 Chargify  Subscription billing software  USA
 DocuSign  Contract signature software  USA
 Fivetran  Managed data ELT software  USA
 Gainsight  Customer success platform for managing NPS process  USA
 Google Cloud Platform  Infrastructure provider  USA
 Looker  Business intelligence through data visualization  USA
 Mailgun  Product related emails (system notifications)  USA
 Microsoft  GitHub authentication  USA Inc.  Sales automation platform  USA
 Segment  Event management platform for reporting and analytics  USA
 Snowflake  Managed cloud-based data warehouse  USA
 Stripe  Payment platform to accept and manage online payments  USA
 Zendesk  Customer service platform  USA


CircleCI Group Sub-Processors

The following entities are members of the CircleCI Group and function as sub-processors to provide the Services:


Entity Name Entity Country
CircleCI Ireland Limited Ireland
CircleCI UK Limited United Kingdom
Circle CI Germany GmbH Germany
CircleCI Netherlands B.V. The Netherlands
CircleCI France SAS France
CircleCI Technologies Canada Ltd. Canada
CircleCI GK Japan
Was this article helpful?
13 out of 16 found this helpful


  • Updated to add CircleCI Group sub-processors

  • Updated to add Fivetran and Snowflake as sub-processors and remove a number of erroneously included sub-processors.

  • Updated to add CircleCI France SAS to the list of CircleCI Group sub-processors.


Article is closed for comments.