Google BigQuery Source integration with RudderStack
Send Customer Event Data from Google BigQuery Through RudderStack Securely
You can set up Google BigQuery as a source on the RudderStack dashboard in no time. Configure the integration, and RudderStack will automatically ingest your specified events data from your Google BigQuery instance and send them to your favorite third-party destinations.
By Adding Google BigQuery as a Source in the RudderStack Dashboard, you can:
- Securely ingest your customer event data and send them to your preferred destination platforms.
- Synchronize data import from BigQuery to RudderStack.
- Specify which data needs to be imported from Google BigQuery.
What You Can Do with Google BigQuery Source
Analyze large-scale data using ANSI SQL at high speed and with no operational overhead.
Query large-scale streaming data in real-time to get the latest information about all your business processes.
Create intuitive dashboards and reports using popular business intelligence tools and share analytical insights within a few clicks.
Ensure complete data protection with by default encryption feature and customer-managed encryption keys.
Visualize your data for your teams to focus on the goals and objectives of higher importance.
How to Set up Google BigQuery Source Integration
It’s very easy! Use our step-by-step guide to set up Google BigQuery as a source in RudderStack.
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What is Google BigQuery source used for?
Google BigQuery source is a GCP warehouse data source that enables developers to send data from their Data Warehouse.
Is it hard to set up Google BigQuery source?
Difficulty can vary based on your data structure, data cleanliness and required destinations. Many users choose to simplify implementation by sending warehouse data through secure GCP warehouse data source integration tools like RudderStack.
How much does it cost to integrate Google BigQuery source with RudderStack?
Is Google BigQuery free?
Google BigQuery offers a few resources free of charge up to a specific limit. These usage limits are available during and after the free trial period. However, if you go over the usage limits and are no longer in the free trial period, you will be charged according to BigQuery's pricing(https://cloud.google.com/bigquery/pricing)
How do I access Google BigQuery?
After signing in to your Google Account, go to Google Cloud Console on the project selector page. Select or Create a Google Cloud project. BigQuery is automatically enabled in new projects. BigQuery also offers a sandbox if you do not want to provide a credit card or enable billing for your project.
Is BigQuery a NoSQL database?
BigQuery is SQL, but you can use some NoSQL practices as well. BigQuery can process data stored in other GCP products, including Cloud Storage, the Cloud SQL relational database service, the Cloud Bigtable NoSQL database, Google Drive, and Spanner.