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  1. Preface
  2. Part 1: Introduction to Google BigQuery connectors
  3. Part 2: Data Integration with Google BigQuery V2 Connector
  4. Part 3: Data Integration with Google BigQuery Connector

Google BigQuery Connectors

Google BigQuery Connectors

Google BigQuery connectors overview

Google BigQuery connectors overview

You can use Google BigQuery connectors to read data from and write data to Google BigQuery. Use the connectors to create sources and targets that represent records in Google BigQuery.
When you use Google BigQuery connectors to create and run a
Data Integration
task, the Secure Agent reads from and writes data to Google BigQuery based on the taskflow and Google BigQuery connection configuration.
You can move data from any data source to Google BigQuery.
Use the following connectors to create connections and integrate data to and from Google BigQuery:
Google BigQuery V2 Connector
This is the recommended connector to connect to Google BigQuery. Use Google BigQuery V2 Connector to create a
mass ingestion
task, a mapping, or a
mapping
task.
Google BigQuery Connector
This is an older version of Google BigQuery Connector. Use Google BigQuery Connector to read or write data only when you want to use a
synchronization
task.


Updated June 10, 2021