Google BigQuery Connector 1.0 - Mule 4

Anypoint Connector for Google BigQuery (Google BigQuery Connector) syncs data and automates business processes between Google BigQuery and third-party applications, either on-premises or in the cloud.

For information about compatibility and fixed issues, refer to the Google BigQuery Connector Release Notes.

Before You Begin

To use this connector, you must be familiar with:

  • The Google BigQuery Connector’s API

  • Anypoint Connectors

  • Mule runtime engine (Mule)

  • Elements and global elements in a Mule flow

  • How to create a Mule app using Anypoint Studio

Before creating an app, you must have:

  • Credentials to access the Google BigQuery target resource

  • Anypoint Platform

  • Anypoint Studio version 7.3.5 or later

Common Use Cases For the Connector

These are some common use cases for Google BigQuery Connector:

  • Use log and event data collection to analyze problems

  • Insert, update, and delete data in Google BigQuery

  • Execute a query in Google BigQuery

For examples of these use cases, refer to Google BigQuery Connector Examples.

Connection Types

Google BigQuery connections use the following authentication types:

  • JWT Connection
    Uses a token for authentication

  • OAuth2 Connection
    Uses service account authentication

For information about configuring authentication types, refer to Configure a Global Element for the Connector.

Next Step

After you complete the prerequisites, you are ready to create an app and configure the connector using Anypoint Studio.

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