Why import MySQL to BigQuery
Enjoy the great speed and power of BigQuery
Import MySQL to BigQuery in seconds so you can query huge data sets just as fast. Make use of a MySQL to BigQuery integration that will refresh your imported data automatically according to a schedule you choose and have your query results display the latest data. Query data and experiment on complex data views without affecting the performance of your main MySQL database.
Pull data from different apps and use it for dashboards
Sync MySQL to BigQuery, gather data from a range of apps, and store everything in BigQuery projects. Use the data to create dashboards that can become self-updating with the help of automatic data refreshing. Combine the data provided to you by the MySQL to BigQuery export with the data from apps such as QuickBooks, Shopify, and more to gain valuable insights about your business. Create not just dashboards but also custom reports that include data taken from MySQL to BigQuery and from other apps.
Get useful insights from complex data
Complete a MySQL to BigQuery replication yourself or have a data integration tool do it for you on a schedule and use tools such as Google Data Studio to visualize the data, create reports, or simply explore it using various tools. Extract data from different MySQL databases or data sources into BigQuery, dig deep into it using a BI tool and use your findings to improve your business.
What can you replicate from MySQL to BigQuery
Import your tables from MySQL to Google BigQuery in just a few clicks and have the process be repeated automatically as often as you need it, be it every day, every hour, or every 15 minutes. Take the automatically refreshed data in BigQuery and store it in the form of encrypted backups in Google’s warehouse, run complex queries on it, or complete any other task enabled by BigQuery.
Run your MySQL to BigQuery integration to import a view created by a SQL statement into BigQuery. Make sure the view data in BigQuery is always up-to-date by having the integration run on a custom schedule created by you, thus serving as the perfect method to automatically sync MySQL to BigQuery. Completely forget about complicated software and coding when wanting to establish a connection between MySQL as a data source and BigQuery as a data destination.
How to sync MySQL to BigQuery
Step 1. Select MySQL as a data source and BigQuery as a data destination10 seconds
Step 2. Establish a connection to your MySQL server1 minute
Step 3. Enter the database and table/view you want to export from30 seconds
Step 4. Connect your BigQuery account1 minute
Step 5. Choose a data destination in BigQuery30 seconds
Step 6. Enable the automatic data refreshing feature and set a schedule for it15 seconds
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