The Google BigQuery service allows users to run SQL-like queries against very large datasets, with potentially billions of rows. BigQuery works best for interactive analyses, typically using a small number of very large, append-only tables. Users can access BigQuery using the BigQuery browser, the bq command-line tool, the REST API, or Google Apps Script.
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I really like playing around with cutting edge technologies. One of them is GoodData CloudConnect, the tool for ETL and building GoodData projects. Since we released this new feature, I have dozens of ideas how the data from various sources can be easily transformed in the cloud. Recently, for example, I found myself wondering: "How about using the Google BigQuery API as a data source? What about visualizing the data from it in GoodData?"