OData REST API for Google BigQuery

Restify Your Google BigQuery Data via the Cloud

Restify Your Google BigQuery Data via the Cloud

Need to expose Google BigQuery database via REST API? Let Skyvia do it for you! Our cloud service allows you to almost instantly create Google BigQuery database OData endpoint with and very little configuration required.

  • Web API server for Google BigQuery data in minutes with no coding - no need to create REST API for Google BigQuery yourself.
  • No need to care about hosting and maintenance.
  • Connect your database to web and mobile applications, BI tools, Salesforce Connect, etc.

OData — More Than Just REST

Skyvia allows you to easily expose your Google BigQuery data via OData — RESTful API for data access and manipulation. OData is a widely accepted open standard for data access over the Internet. It can be used for exposing any kind of data and is supported in a number of data-related applications and technologies.

OData Support by Skyvia Connect

  • Support for all OData versions (OData 2.0, OData 4.0)
  • Writable OData endpoints
  • Support for ATOM and JSON format for returned data

OData Query Features Support

  • Feature
  • Number of records
  • Querying specific fields
  • Querying first records
  • Paging
  • Ordering data
  • Querying joined tables
  • Filtering data
  • Aggregating data
  • OData Keyword
  • $count
  • $select
  • $top
  • $top + $skip
  • $orderby
  • $expand
  • $filter
  • $apply=aggregate

Key Features

No Coding Required

Create a RESTful OData service for your Google BigQuery database in minutes without a line of code! Expose your tables via drag-n-drop, include or exclude fields visually, and Skyvia Connect will take the rest.

Built-in Security Layer

You don’t need to give credentials to the exposed Google BigQuery database. Instead define user names and passwords to your OData endpoint on the Skyvia side. If this is not enough, you can also limit access to the allowed IPs and IP ranges.

Detailed Logging

Skyvia logs all connections to your Connect OData services with user accounts and IP addresses, all their requests and queries. Whenever necessary you can monitor which users access your data and what they do with them.

How It Works

Step 1


Create a connection to your Google BigQuery.

Step 2

Configure Endpoint

Select entities and fields to expose in convenient GUI. If necessary, create user accounts and specify IPs to allow access from.

Step 3

Share the Link

Simply copy the result HTTPS link to your endpoint and share it with clients or paste to your OData consumer applications.

Share Google BigQuery data easily