GitHub and Google BigQuery Integration

Skyvia offers you a convenient and easy way to integrate GitHub and Google BigQuery with no coding.

Replicate GitHub data to Google BigQuery

GitHub replication to Google BigQuery can be configured in under two minutes

Learn more about Replication

If you need to simply copy GitHub data to Google BigQuery without mapping configuration, you can use Skyvia replication. It allows you to create a copy of GitHub data in Google BigQuery and keep it up-to-date with little to no configuration efforts. You don’t even need to prepare the schema — Skyvia can automatically create tables for your cloud data.

All you need is to specify the connections to GitHub and Google BigQuery and select data to replicate, and Skyvia does the rest. It will copy the specified GitHub data to Google BigQuery and maintain this copy up-to-date automatically with incremental updates.

Use Connectors to Import Data Between Google BigQuery and GitHub

Skyvia offers a number of benefits for import GitHub data to Google BigQuery or vice versa. With Skyvia import you can perform any DML operations for imported Google BigQuery data in GitHub, import data from several GitHub objects at once, etc. These features are available for both directions.

Import GitHub to Google BigQuery

Import data without writing a line of code!

Import Google BigQuery to GitHub

Data import is simple for any direction!

How to integrate GitHub and Google BigQuery

Integration of GitHub and Google BigQuery with Skyvia is as easy as 1-2-3

Step 1

You configure your data integration operation in convenient GUI wizards and editors.

Step 2

Operation is executed in a cloud automatically on schedule or manually at any time.

Step 3

You can view the integration operation results for each execution in the Run History.

Advanced Integration with Custom Mappings

Skyvia offers powerful visual editors which allow precise mapping configuration. It allows integrating data having different structure and offers the following mapping features.



Skyvia allows using complex mathematical and string operations and conditions for mapping data.



You can use lookup mapping to map target columns to values, gotten from other target objects depending on source data.



Skyvia allows you to map one Google BigQuery table to several GitHub ones.



When integrating data, you can fill some GitHub fields that don't have corresponding Google BigQuery fields (or vice versa) with constant values.

Integrate GitHub and Google BigQuery with minimal effort and in only a few clicks!