How to combine data from Generic Web Services (SOAP, REST) with Flat File (XML, CSV, JSON, etc.)

Pipes allows you to quickly Integrate Generic Web Services (SOAP, REST) with Flat File (XML, CSV, JSON, etc.) data for a combined analysis.
Load data from Generic Web Services (SOAP, REST) and Flat File (XML, CSV, JSON, etc.) into your central data warehouse to analyze it with the business intelligence tool of your choice.
Pipes allows you to connect to Generic Web Services (SOAP, REST), Flat File (XML, CSV, JSON, etc.), and more than 200 other APIs, web services, and databases with ready-to-use data connectors. Automate your data workflows through data pipelines without a single line of code.
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Connect your data warehouse

It will be the destination of all data pipelines you build. Pipes supports relational databases in the cloud and on-premises.
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Connect to Generic Web Services (SOAP, REST) and Flat File (XML, CSV, JSON, etc.)

You just need to enter the associated credentials to allow Pipes access to the Generic Web Services (SOAP, REST) API and the Flat File (XML, CSV, JSON, etc.) API.
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Combine data from Generic Web Services (SOAP, REST) and Flat File (XML, CSV, JSON, etc.)

Pipes lets you select the data from Generic Web Services (SOAP, REST) and Flat File (XML, CSV, JSON, etc.) that you want to load to your data warehouse. These data pipelines will run automatically on your defined schedule!

About Generic Web Services (SOAP, REST)

A web service is a service offered by an electronic device to communicate with other electronic devices via the World Wide Web. SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) is a protocol specification for the transfer of structured data in the implementation of web services in computer networks. RESTful or Representational state transfer (REST) web services support the interoperability between computer systems on the internet by allowing requesting systems to access and manipulate textual representations of web resources using uniform state less operations.

About Flat File (XML, CSV, JSON, etc.)

A flat file is a database typically stored on host computer systems as unstructured files. To manipulate and access the structure of the data, the files must first be read completely in the computer’s memory. The file is written out completely to the host file system after completion of the database operations. Flat files are often plain text or binary files.

Your benefits with Pipes

Get central access to all your data

Access data from 200+ data sources with our ready-to-use connectors and replicate it to your central data warehouse.

Automate your data workflows

Stop manually extracting data and automate your data integration without any coding. We maintain all pipelines for you and cover all API changes!

Enable data-driven decision-making

Empower everyone in your company with consistent and standardized data, automate data delivery and measure KPIs across different systems.