FreshBooks Replication to MariaDB

Create a copy of FreshBooks data (with schema) in a MariaDB database with no effort.

How It Works

Copying FreshBooks data to MariaDB cannot be simpler. You just need to perform the following three simple steps.

FreshBooks replication to MariaDB - FreshBooks connection

Specify necessary connection parameters for FreshBooks.

FreshBooks replication to MariaDB - MariaDB connection

Specify necessary connection parameters for MariaDB.

Skyvia supports secure connections to MariaDB.

FreshBooks replication to MariaDB - select objects

Select FreshBooks objects to replicate.

Just select check boxes in a list of FreshBooks objects (e.g. Invoices, Clients, Payments, etc.). If necessary, you can tweak it in more details - replicate only part of FreshBooks fields and filter data to replicate.

Key Features

Automatic Schema Creation

You don't need to prepare the MariaDB database - Skyvia creates the tables corresponding to the FreshBooks objects - Invoices, Clients, Payments, etc. - automatically.

Execution on Schedule

Skyvia can more than just create a copy of the FreshBooks data in MariaDB - it can keep this copy in an up-to-date state automatically. All you need is to configure a schedule when to update the MariaDB replica database.

Change Data Capture

When updating the data copy in the MariaDB database, Skyvia does not perform full data copying each time. It retrieves only updated data from FreshBooks and writes only necessary updates to the MariaDB database.

Complete or Partial Replication

With Skyvia you can copy all the data from a FreshBooks object or disable replication for some FreshBooks object fields. You can also configure filters for data to replicate.

True ETL - Data Import Tool

Import to Cloud Data Warehouse

If you need more than just to copy data from FreshBooks to MariaDB, you may use Skyvia's powerful data import functionality. Skyvia's data import tools will correctly extract FreshBooks data, transform it, and load to MariaDB when MariaDB tables have different structure than FreshBooks objects.