Let me guess. You want to load your data in Google BigQuery. You write your code, connect with all your data sources. You’re doing everything right… You need it now though! Not in days, not in weeks, not in months.
So we’ve done the heavy lifting for you. These times when you build new things. After having covered Amazon Redshift, PostgreSQL and MS SQL Server today we are happy to let you know we support Google BigQuery. Blendo supports Google BigQuery as a data warehouse destination.
Currently, we run in beta, but we are a few days before public availability. A special thank you to all the beta testers up until now! Your contribution and help is important and makes us want to build even more valuable features.
Looking to send your data into BigQuery? Or choose any destination between Google BigQuery, Amazon Redshift, PostgreSQL or MS SQL Server? We have got you covered. Looking to test which data warehouse to use for your BI stack but you had to do a lot of integrations to test it out? We've got that too. Does it take weeks and months to build your pipelines to your data warehouse? Is a few minutes setup OK?
What About Google BigQuery?
Google BigQuery is part of Google Cloud Platform. Some of its impressive features are:
- Fully managed serverless architecture. No spinning instances required.
- Scalable in terabytes of data, no provisioning needed.
- BigQuery transparently brings in as many resources as necessary to run a query in seconds.
- No indexing needed.
- Queries are executed against append-only tables using the processing power of Google’s infrastructure.
- Standard SQL access (In beta by Google)
- Table partitioning.
- Pricing model: BigQuery charges for data storage, streaming inserts, and for querying data, but loading and exporting data are free of charge.
- And more.
So Now That I Have My Google BigQuery Data Warehouse, What?
Login to your Blendo dashboard (or signup) and read how to connect your BigQuery as a data warehouse destination for Blendo.
Blendo's Google BigQuery (too)
If you’re looking to learn more, read our documentation on how to get started with Google BigQuery or signup to Blendo. Let us know from inside the app if you need help with BigQuery, and we will take it from there.