How to connect Google PageSpeed Insights API to Generic ODBC JDBC Tools

Discover how to get data from Google PageSpeed Insights API (and from other sources) into Generic ODBC JDBC Tools by locating it into your data warehouse that is connected to Generic ODBC JDBC Tools.
Load your Google PageSpeed Insights API data into your central data warehouse to analyze it with Generic ODBC JDBC Tools.
To analyze Google PageSpeed Insights API data with Generic ODBC JDBC Tools, Pipes provides you with fast and easy access to all your data by automatically loading it in your data warehouse. Always up-top-date, no performance issues, without writing a single line of code.
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Connect your data warehouse

It will be the central database for your Google PageSpeed Insights API data. Pipes supports the most popular relational data warehouses in the cloud and on-premises.
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Connect to Google PageSpeed Insights API

You just need to enter the associated credentials to allow Pipes access to the Google PageSpeed Insights API API.
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Create a data pipeline

Create a pipeline from Google PageSpeed Insights API to your central data warehouse. The pipeline will run automatically on your defined schedule, so you will always have fresh data available.
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Access your Google PageSpeed Insights API data with Generic ODBC JDBC Tools

Connect Generic ODBC JDBC Tools to your data warehouse. You will see your Google PageSpeed Insights API data there in form of standardized tables. Now you can analyze your data without performance issues!

About Google PageSpeed Insights API

Google PageSpeed Insights is a web tool that helps in identifying performance best practices on any website, provides suggestions on a website optimizations, and suggests general ideas of how to improve a website’s speed. The tool is a browser application. Per URL request, it grades webpage performance on a scale from 1 to 100.

About Generic ODBC JDBC Tools

Generic ODBC/JDBC tools are used for creating, managing, archiving, and extracting simple or complex databases. Some of these tools have been developed specifically for the Mac OS X and Linux operating systems, other tools cover all other operating systems (e.g., Windows) and database systems (for example, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle). Due to the constant extensions, the Generic ODBC/JDBC tools are offered as test versions over shorter or longer periods for cloud databases.

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