JSON

JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) is a file and data interchange format that structures and stores data objects in a human-readable text.

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JSON Data Warehouse

Panoply allows you to easily combine JSON data with hundreds of sources
Data sources commonly paired with JSON
JSON + Salesforce
Salesforce
CRM
JSON + HubSpot
HubSpot
CRM
JSON + PostgreSQL
PostgreSQL
Databases
JSON + MySQL
MySQL
Databases
JSON + MongoDB
MongoDB
Databases
JSON + Amazon S3
Amazon S3
Services
JSON + Facebook Ads
Facebook Ads
Ads
JSON + Google Ads
Google Ads
Ads
JSON + Google Analytics
Google Analytics
Analytics
JSON + Shopify
Shopify
Ecommerce
JSON + Zendesk
Zendesk
Customer Support
JSON + Google Sheets
Google Sheets
Files
JSON + Microsoft Azure SQL Data Warehouse
Microsoft Azure SQL Data Warehouse
Data Warehouses
JSON + Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Excel
Files
JSON + Twitter
Twitter
Social
JSON + BigQuery
BigQuery
Data Warehouses
JSON + CSV
CSV
Files
JSON + Google Cloud Datastore
Google Cloud Datastore
Cloud Storage
JSON + Google Search Console
Google Search Console
Analytics
JSON + Instagram
Instagram
Social
JSON + LinkedIn Ads
LinkedIn Ads
Ads
JSON + Segment
Segment
Analytics
JSON + Stripe
Stripe
Payment Processing
JSON + Xero
Xero
Accounting
JSON + Twitter Ads
Twitter Ads
Ads
JSON + Woocommerce
Woocommerce
Ecommerce
JSON + Marketo
Marketo
Marketing Automation
JSON + Asana
Asana
Project Management
JSON + Intercom
Intercom
Sales
JSON + Amazon DynamoDB
Amazon DynamoDB
Databases
JSON + AppsFlyer
AppsFlyer
Mobile
JSON + Bing Ads
Bing Ads
Ads
JSON + Delighted
Delighted
Customer Support
JSON + Elasticsearch
Elasticsearch
Databases
JSON + Facebook Pages
Facebook Pages
Social
JSON + Facebook Posts
Facebook Posts
Social
JSON + GitHub
GitHub
Developer Tools
JSON + Google Analytics Ecommerce
Google Analytics Ecommerce
Ecommerce
JSON + Google Cloud Storage
Google Cloud Storage
Cloud Storage
JSON + MailChimp
MailChimp
Marketing Automation
JSON + Microsoft SQL Server
Microsoft SQL Server
Databases
JSON + Pardot
Pardot
CRM
JSON + Redshift
Redshift
Data Warehouses
JSON + Twilio
Twilio
Developer Tools
JSON + Upload Data
Upload Data
Files
JSON + Wordpress
Wordpress
Databases
JSON + Zoho CRM
Zoho CRM
CRM
JSON + Tray.io
Tray.io
Services
JSON + Google Drive
Google Drive
Files
JSON + Snowplow
Snowplow
Analytics
JSON + Zapier
Zapier
Services
JSON + AdRoll
AdRoll
Ads
JSON + AfterShip
AfterShip
Retail
JSON + Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL
Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL
Databases
JSON + Amazon Cloudfront
Amazon Cloudfront
Services
JSON + Amazon Kinesis Firehose
Amazon Kinesis Firehose
Services
JSON + Apple Search Ads
Apple Search Ads
Ads
JSON + Autopilot
Autopilot
Marketing Automation
JSON + Azure Blob Storage
Azure Blob Storage
Cloud Storage
JSON + Braintree Payments
Braintree Payments
Payment Processing
JSON + Branch
Branch
Analytics
JSON + BranchTrack
BranchTrack
Sales
JSON + Codat
Codat
Accounting
JSON + Contact Pigeon
Contact Pigeon
Marketing Automation
JSON + Contentful
Contentful
Services
JSON + Crashlytics
Crashlytics
Developer Tools
JSON + Criteo
Criteo
Retail
JSON + Customer.io
Customer.io
Marketing Automation
JSON + Desk
Desk
Sales
JSON + Drip
Drip
Ecommerce
JSON + Eloqua
Eloqua
Marketing Automation
JSON + Enchant
Enchant
Customer Support
JSON + FormKeep
FormKeep
Marketing Automation
JSON + Freshdesk
Freshdesk
Customer Support
JSON + Front
Front
Project Management
JSON + GitLab
GitLab
Developer Tools
JSON + Google Cloud SQL MySQL
Google Cloud SQL MySQL
Databases
JSON + Google Cloud SQL Postgres
Google Cloud SQL Postgres
Cloud Storage
JSON + Harvest
Harvest
Project Management
JSON + Help Scout
Help Scout
Customer Support
JSON + IBM DB2
IBM DB2
Developer Tools
JSON + Iterable
Iterable
Marketing Automation
JSON + Klaviyo
Klaviyo
Ecommerce
JSON + Magento
Magento
Ecommerce
JSON + Mailjet
Mailjet
Marketing Automation
JSON + MariaDB
MariaDB
Databases
JSON + Mavenlink
Mavenlink
Project Management
JSON + NetSuite
NetSuite
Accounting
JSON + Oracle Database
Oracle Database
Databases
JSON + Particle
Particle
Services
JSON + Pinterest
Pinterest
Social
JSON + Pipedrive
Pipedrive
Sales
JSON + Pivotal Tracker
Pivotal Tracker
Project Management
JSON + QuickBase
QuickBase
Developer Tools
JSON + Quickbooks
Quickbooks
Accounting
JSON + Recharge
Recharge
Payment Processing
JSON + Recurly
Recurly
Payment Processing
JSON + Referral SaasQuatch
Referral SaasQuatch
Marketing Automation
JSON + SFTP
SFTP
Services
JSON + Sailthru
Sailthru
Marketing Automation
JSON + Salesforce IQ
Salesforce IQ
Sales
JSON + Salesforce Marketing Cloud
Salesforce Marketing Cloud
Marketing Automation
JSON + Selligent
Selligent
Marketing Automation
JSON + SendGrid
SendGrid
Marketing Automation
JSON + Sendwithus
Sendwithus
Marketing Automation
JSON + Shippo
Shippo
Ecommerce
JSON + Sparkpost
Sparkpost
Marketing Automation
JSON + Spree Commerce
Spree Commerce
Ecommerce
JSON + Square
Square
Payment Processing
JSON + Taboola
Taboola
Ads
JSON + Trello
Trello
Project Management
JSON + Urban Airship
Urban Airship
Services
JSON + Vero
Vero
Social
JSON + Webhooks
Webhooks
Developer Tools
JSON + Zendesk Chat
Zendesk Chat
Customer Support
JSON + Zendesk Sell
Zendesk Sell
CRM
JSON + Zuora
Zuora
Services
JSON + optimizely
optimizely
Marketing Automation
JSON + Dropbox
Dropbox
Files
JSON + Heroku Postgres
Heroku Postgres
Databases

Modernizing JSON

What is data integration?

Your JSON data is valuable, but it's way more valuable when it can be analyzed alongside data from other sources to create a whole picture of your business. Data integration allows you to see all the inputs and outputs of your business side by side: the cost with the benefit, and the what with the why.

Without the right tools, your data integration efforts can quickly turn into a mess of partially merged spreadsheets that are out of data almost as soon as analysts get their hands on them. With a data warehouse, data integration gets significantly easier. Instead of constantly scrambling to keep your data merged and up-to-date across your organization, you’ll have all your data in one place with a consistent format, creating an always-up-to-date, single source of truth for business intelligence and other analytical applications.

Benefits of a data warehouse

Data warehouses are purpose-built for providing access to data: Data is stored in the cloud and regularly synced, so there is no need to bother with frequent CSV downloads or worry about API limits or excessive demand on an application.

With a data warehouse, All your data is stored in pre-processed tables, ready for integrated analysis with SQL or other BI tools. You own your data. No need to worry about losing data when changing vendors or APIs are deprecated. What you collect, you keep. Compared to the mess created by relying on separate operational systems like application databases, CRMs, file systems, or ecommerce platforms, choosing a data warehouse should be a no brainer.

Your JSON data warehouse

If the idea of designing, building and maintaining a data warehouse sounds too complex, don’t worry. Panoply is a data warehouse as a service, so there’s no need to manage complex infrastructure or build out a data engineering team to realize the benefits of a data warehouse.

With Panoply, your data will be optimized for analysis—data is automatically structured for analytics, and our system is optimized for reading it quickly and efficiently. Our suite of 80+ integrations lets you connect almost any BI tool or data source to a single data warehouse, meaning you’ll get the same results across all tools. Panoply data warehouses allow for unlimited users and queries, with secure but agile data access management that let you control who can access data at the individual table level. In short, there’s no easier way for your team to access your {data source} data and integrate it with other business data and analytical tools.

Panoply makes your JSON data accessible
so you can analyze it

Expected JSON Data
Data from a JSON file are read and imported into Panoply through the File Upload data source. The object or record in your JSON file is imported into Panoply as a table record. The destination table can be a fixed or a dynamic one. Any nested data in your object will be moved to their own table and be provided with the relevant foreign key to create a parent to child table relationship with the nesting object's table. Also, Panoply's support for the JSON Lines text format increases your JSON file's capacity to hold data. This format allows you to include and write many objects in one JSON file that would otherwise be impossible when using the plain JSON format.

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It just works and it's smart. Panoply solves all of the admin headaches and gives my clients a performant and easy-to-use data warehouse.
Aron Clymer - Dataclymer
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