March 2017

Support for Amazon Redshift, Google BigQuery and MailChimp API 3.0

We are glad to announce beta support for such data warehouse services as Amazon Redshift, Google BigQuery, as well as MailChimp API 3.0. in the new Skyvia version.

Cloud data warehouse services, like Amazon Redshift or Google BigQuery, are fully managed and offer greater performance and scalability, plus support for petabyte-size databases, as well as the ability to quickly analyze huge volumes of data. Both Amazon Redshift and Google BigQuery provide fast provisioning and release of computational and storage resources. Thus they can reduce database operational costs greatly, because customers only pay for the resources they use. However, initial migration (porting or mirroring) of large volumes of on-premise and/or cloud data to Amazon Redshift/Google BigQuery will likely require significant time and effort.

Skyvia offers users a simple and pain-free way to load data from a cloud application or in-house database to Amazon Redshift/Google BigQuery. Skyvia helps it’s users to automate the replication operation, allows visual configuration of the replication operation (with no coding!), and uses the most efficient techniques to move data to Amazon Redshift/Google BigQuery.

Support for MailChimp API 3.0

Skyvia now can optionally use MailChimp API 3.0 to connect to MailChimp. Now you can access subscriber notes and goals, campaign data, and other objects, which weren’t accessible before via API 2.0. By default, Skyvia still uses API 2.0; you can switch to API 3.0 when creating or editing a connection.