PayPal to BigQuery integration

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  • High performance data load
  • Simple configuration
  • Load data from MassPay, Balance Transfers, Referrals, Sent payments, Shipping costs and many more
  • Schedule data load and transformation
  • Combine with other data, e.g. Salesforce.com, PayPal, Mailchimp, Facebook and Twitter

 

High performance integration of PayPal data into BigQuery

How to Get Started

 

 

PayPal to BigQuery Query Component

The PayPal Query component in Matillion ETL for BigQuery provides high performance data load from PayPal straight into Google BigQuery. Easily load PayPal data into Google BigQuery tables, as standalone jobs or as part of sophisticated integration orchestrations.

 

Features and Benefits

The PayPal Query component in Matillion ETL for BigQuery delivers fast data load performance and simple configuration, whilst being extensible to the most sophisticated data load and transform requirements.

  • Fast – load and transform PayPal data into BigQuery at high speed
  • Simplified menu-based querying or activate Advanced Mode to unlock a powerful query engine for querying standard and custom objects using SQL
  • Implements BigQuery best-practice – automatically sets column encoding settings on data loaded from PayPal data
  • Standalone data load or sophisticated integration – combine email data with data from other databases and systems e.g. Salesforce.com, Netsuite CRM, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Cassandra, Couchbase, Facebook, Twitter and databases
  • Secure –SSL encryption for in-flight data. Authenticate with PayPal using OAuth
  • Monitor load status. Comprehensive logging, audit and alerting features
  • Supports both SOAP and REST APIs
  • Load and integrate  MassPay data, Balance Transfers, Referrals, Sent payments, Shipping costs and many more

 

Useful links:

PayPal Query component reference (launch in new window)

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