Does Rivery Connect to BigQuery? Find The Best BigQuery ETL Solution!
BigQuery is one of the premier data warehouses on the market, and Rivery is a notable ETL tool to evaluate. Let's evaluate your options for BigQuery ETL and the capabilities of Rivery specifically.
If you want to start moving data from 300+ business applications into BigQuery with no code, you can use Portable for free.
It takes only a few minutes to start syncing data to BigQuery with Portable.
Rivery was founded in , a no-code, cloud-based SaaS ELT platform for big data. Rivery is a data integration tool designed to help customers ingest from data sources as fast as possible without using code, instead offering starter templates with prebuilt data workflows (called "rivers") that work on a GUI or with native Python.
When data teams evaluate SaaS ETL / ELT solutions, it is common for Rivery to be on the list. As teams build out their Modern Data Stack, it's common to first pick a solution like BigQuery for data warehousing, and then to evaluate the best ETL solutions.
Let's walk through the pros and cons of using Rivery for BigQuery ETL.
When evaluating ETL tools for BigQuery, the goal is to automate the process of extracting data from APIs, databases, or files, and the data pipeline that loads the data into BigQuery.
Before the advent of cloud-hosted ETL / ELT solutions like Portable and Rivery, it was common for data engineers to write Python code, deploy infrastructure, use an open source framework, or pay consultants to manage these data pipelines.
With no-code solutions, this process is now much simpler. Let's take a look at Rivery's capabilities.
Whether you're on AWS, Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud Platform. Using a no-code solution can make the data syncing process extremely simple.
It's common for companies to use Rivery connectors for the largest data sources and to use Portable for hard-to-find systems.
Now, let's take a look at the process of replicating data with Rivery.
Rivery specializes in data integration. Extracting data from disparate data sources and then loading into destinations like BigQuery.
Rivery supports a number of destinations - Here are some of the destinations that Rivery supports:
At Portable, we support BigQuery, and we support the most common data warehouses.
Now let's dig into the types of data sources that you will be able to connect to your data warehouse.
When you evaluate ETL tools, there are two main considerations when it comes to connectors. The prebuilt connectors that are already supported, and custom connector development.
Rivery has 200+ data source connectors.
Portable provides access to 300+ data sources out-of-the-box. With a catalog larger than most other ETL tools, it's easy to connect the sources you need to your analytics environment of choice.
Uniquely, Portable focuses on long-tail business applications. This means that the connectors in Portable's catalog are hard-to-find and are great for augmenting your primary ELT vendor for the no-code connectors you need as your responsibilities expand.
So, how much will it cost to connect your data sources to BigQuery? First, let's walk through Rivery's pricing model.
If you need long-tail integrations that aren't supported by Rivery, you should give Portable a try.
Now, let's talk about BigQuery.
BigQuery is a serverless, scalable, fully managed cloud data warehouse that's part of the Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Data warehouses are great platforms on which to store information, build data models, and run compute to analyze your data; however, most data teams care less about the infrastructure and more about the value they can generate for the business with a tool like BigQuery.
There are three main ways to create value with a data warehouse.
With the advent of cloud data warehousing (tools like BigQuery), and the decoupling of data replication (the EL in ELT) and data transformation (with tools like DBT Labs, Coalesce.io and Narrator), ETL is simpler than ever.
If you are just getting started with ETL and your need your product database, your CRM system, or your HRIS system connected to BigQuery, Rivery can be a great choice.
When you need to connect business unit specific business applications to BigQuery, Portable offers over 300+ data connectors to make your life simple. We'll even build new data sources at no cost to you.
Pricing is simple, predictable, and based on connectors instead of data volume. Data is loaded into ready-to-query schemas so you can start building in minutes.
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