Getting your data from BigQuery to Apache Zeppelin can be a pain. Managing pipelines for all your data sources just isn’t sustainable, but your reporting can’t be put on hold while you wait for IT or Engineering to get to your ticket.
With Panoply, you can eliminate that hassle—and all that wasted time. Set up code-free connections to both BigQuery and Apache Zeppelin with just a few clicks. Then Panoply will automatically sync your data so it’s ready to analyze when you are.
It’s that simple: Unblock your data with Panoply.
BigQuery allows companies to perform analytics on very large read-only data sets stored within the Google Cloud. Being able to seamlessly access BigQuery data will empower Panoply customers to take this data, combine it with other data sources, and be able to query all the data in one place, which is crucial for data mining. BigQuery’s integration with Panoply lets you not only ingest any data source into one automated cloud data warehouse, but you can also analyze it with any visualization tool you need to get lightning fast insights.
BigQuery Data Warehousing
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The Apache Zepplin notebook is an open-source BI tool that creates sharable data analytics documents. With Zeppelin’s web-based tool, you can ingest, discover, analyze, and visualize data and create interactive charts. Zeppelin supports more than 20 data interpreters including Spark, SQL, and PostgreSQL as back-end plugins. If your business needs big data analysis in Zeppelin, adding the Panoply integration tool gives you enterprise-level support, smooth data operations, power, and speed. Panoply’s automated pipeline manages the entire ETL process on the secure cloud. It continuously uploads, sorts, and simplifies data from any source and stores it in one place. The all-in-one Panoply ETL streams your latest data to your output. So your analysis results are always based on your latest, most relevant data.
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