CData Drivers Newsletter - Q1 2023

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CData Drivers Newsletter - Q1 2023

CData Drivers Newsletter

Our real-time Driver technologies are the core that powers data access for millions of users world-wide. In this inaugural issue of our CData Driver connectivity newsletter, we’d like to share some new and notable features, tips to help you get the most out of your investment, and a sneak peek into the future of embedded connectivity.

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Have you checked out our new Google AlloyDB connector?

CData has partnered with Google as a launch partner for AlloyDB, a new clustered cloud database platform for superior performance, scale, and availability.
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In case you missed it…

Platform and data APIs are constantly evolving, and our engineering team works hard to make sure that CData Drivers continue to support our users’ diverse connectivity needs. Here are a few notable updates to our drivers this quarter:

Data source updates:

  • Workday: Improved server processing performance and data views
  • Databricks: New support for Cloud Fetch
  • Adobe Analytics: Added ability to dynamically query reports as tables
  • Azure DevOps: Improved connection process, new views, and support for change history
  • Excel Online: Updated SharePoint views

Platform/edition updates:

  • JDBC & ADO.NET: New connection experience dramatically simplifies initial data source connectivity
  • SSIS: New data destinations and usability enhancements

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Stay in-the-know with recent CData resources

Office Depot innovates in the cloud with Snowflake and CData Q&A with CData CPO Manish Patel: Real-time data connectivity in 2023 Edgio builds comprehensive real-time QuickBooks reports directly in Excel

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Quick tip of the quarter: Retrieve custom reports using ‘Define New Table’

Did you know you can pull many of the standard and custom reports from a variety of data sources into a table format?

The Define New Table feature exposes views with all your existing data from reports across your favorite tools and systems. This feature enables you to query real-time data from a report, where you can further modify, format, or visualize using tools like Excel, Power BI, or Tableau (or any CData Driver technology). Another added benefit? CData Drivers will expose the relative parameters available for the report view selected.
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What’s coming?

In addition to an extensive pipeline of drivers for new data sources, CData has some exciting new driver developments coming soon, including:

Enhanced Marketing Analytics

Modern marketing is more connected than ever, and operations teams are continuing to push boundaries with MarTech integration. These teams are looking for full funnel analytics across every marketing touchpoint. As such, we are putting added focus on data sources like Facebook Ads, Google Analytics, and Adobe Analytics to help you extend and simplify reporting.

We’re working hard to get these and more features to you in the coming months – hopefully you share our excitement!


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