WordPress Drivers & Connectors
for Data Integration

Connect to live WordPress data through easy-to-use, bi-directional drivers. Easily integrate WordPress data with BI, Reporting, Analytics, ETL Tools, and Custom Solutions.

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BI & Analytics

Our drivers offer the fastest and easiest way to connect real-time WordPress data with BI, analytics, reporting and data visualization technologies. They provide unmatched query performance, comprehensive access to WordPress data and metadata, and seamlessly integrate with your favorite analytics tools.

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Popular BI & Analytics Integrations

Alteryx Designer: Prepare, Blend, and Analyze WordPress in Alteryx Designer (ODBC) Alteryx Designer: Work with Live WordPress Data in Alteryx Designer (Connect Cloud) Amazon QuickSight: Build Interactive Dashboards from WordPress Data in Amazon QuickSight Amazon SageMaker: Integrate Live WordPress data into Amazon SageMaker Canvas Aqua Data Studio: Connect to WordPress in Aqua Data Studio AWS Databricks: Process & Analyze WordPress Data in Databricks (AWS) Azure Analysis Services: Model WordPress Data Using Azure Analysis Services Birst: Build Visualizations of WordPress in Birst BIRT: Design BIRT Reports on WordPress Clear Analytics: Build Charts with WordPress in Clear Analytics Cognos Analytics (On-Prem): Analyze WordPress Data in Cognos Analytics DBxtra: Build Dashboards with WordPress in DBxtra Domo: Create Datasets from WordPress in Domo Workbench Dundas BI: Build Dashboards with WordPress in Dundas BI Excel (on Mac OS): Work with WordPress Data in MS Excel on Mac OS X FineReport: Feed WordPress into FineReport Google Sheets: Access Live WordPress Data in Google Sheets IBM Cognos BI: Create Data Visualizations in Cognos BI with WordPress Infragistics Reveal: Analyze WordPress Data in Infragistics Reval JasperServer: Create WordPress Reports on JasperReports Server Jaspersoft BI Suite: Connect to WordPress in Jaspersoft Studio JReport Designer: Integrate with WordPress in JReport Designer Klipfolio: Create WordPress-Connected Visualizations in Klipfolio KNIME: Enable the WordPress JDBC Driver in KNIME LINQPad: Working with WordPress in LINQPad Looker: Analyze WordPress Data in Looker Looker Studio: Create Reports from WordPress Data in Looker Studio Metabase: Create Interactive WordPress-Connected Metabase Dashboards Microsoft Excel: Access Live WordPress Data in Excel Desktop Microsoft Excel for the Web: Access Live WordPress Data in Excel for the Web Microsoft SSAS: Build an OLAP Cube in SSAS from WordPress MicroStrategy: Connect to Live WordPress Data in MicroStrategy through Connect Cloud MicroStrategy: Use the CData JDBC Driver for WordPress in MicroStrategy Microstrategy Desktop: Use the CData JDBC Driver for WordPress in MicroStrategy Desktop Microstrategy Web: Use the CData JDBC Driver for WordPress in MicroStrategy Web Mode Analytics: Create WordPress-Connected Visualizations in Mode OBIEE: WordPress Reporting in OBIEE with the WordPress JDBC Driver pandas: Use pandas to Visualize WordPress in Python Pentaho Report Designer: Integrate WordPress in the Pentaho Report Designer Power BI Desktop: Author Power BI Reports on Real-Time WordPress Power BI Service: Visualize Live WordPress Data in the Power BI Service Power Pivot: Access WordPress Data in Microsoft Power Pivot Power Query: Access WordPress Data in Microsoft Power Query Qlik Cloud: Create Apps from WordPress Data in Qlik Sense Cloud QlikView: Connect to and Query WordPress in QlikView over ODBC R: Analyze WordPress in R (JDBC) R: Analyze WordPress in R (ODBC) RapidMiner: Connect to WordPress in RapidMiner Redash: Build WordPress-Connected Dashboards in Redash SAP Analytics Cloud: Analyze WordPress Data in SAP Analytics Cloud SAP Business Objects: Create an SAP BusinessObjects Universe on the CData JDBC Driver for WordPress SAP Crystal Reports: Publish Reports with WordPress in Crystal Reports SAS: Use the CData ODBC Driver for WordPress in SAS for Real-Time Reporting and Analytics SAS JMP: Use the CData ODBC Driver for WordPress in SAS JMP SAS Viya: Analyze Live WordPress Data in SAS Viya Sisense: Visualize Live WordPress in Sisense Spago BI: Connect to WordPress in SpagoBI Tableau: Visualize WordPress in Tableau Desktop Tableau Cloud: Build WordPress Visualizations in Tableau Cloud Tableau Server: Publish WordPress-Connected Dashboards in Tableau Server TIBCO Spotfire: Visualize WordPress in TIBCO Spotfire through ADO.NET TIBCO Spotfire: Visualize WordPress Data in TIBCO Spotfire TIBCO Spotfire Server: Operational Reporting on WordPress from Spotfire Server Visio: Link Visio Shapes to WordPress Zoho Analytics: Create WordPress-Connected Dashboards in Zoho Analytics

ETL, Replication, & Warehousing

From drivers and adapters that extend your favorite ETL tools with WordPress connectivity to ETL/ELT tools for WordPress data integration — our WordPress integration solutions provide robust, reliable, and secure data movement.

Connect your RDBMS or data warehouse with WordPress to facilitate operational reporting, offload queries and increase performance, support data governance initiatives, archive data for disaster recovery, and more.

Popular Data Warehousing Integrations

Airbyte: Connect to WordPress Data in Airbyte ELT Pipelines Amazon Redshift: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Amazon Redshift Amazon S3: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Amazon S3 Apache Airflow: Bridge WordPress Connectivity with Apache Airflow Apache Camel: Integrate with WordPress using Apache Camel Apache Cassandra: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Apache Cassandra Apache Kafka: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Apache Kafka Apache NiFi: Bridge WordPress Connectivity with Apache NiFi Apache NiFi Batch Operations: Perform Batch Operations with WordPress Data in Apache NiFi AWS Glue: Build ETL Jobs with WordPress Data in AWS Glue Jobs Azure Data Factory: Import WordPress Data Using Azure Data Factory Azure Data Lake: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Azure Data Lake Azure Synapse: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Azure Synapse BIML: Use Biml to Build SSIS Tasks to Replicate WordPress to SQL Server CloverDX: Connect to WordPress in CloverDX (formerly CloverETL) Couchbase: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Couchbase CSV: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Local Delimited Files Databricks: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Databricks FoxPro: Work with WordPress in FoxPro Google AlloyDB: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Google AlloyDB Google BigQuery: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Google BigQuery Google Cloud SQL: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Google Cloud SQL Google Data Fusion: Build WordPress-Connected ETL Processes in Google Data Fusion Heroku / Salesforce Connect: Replicate WordPress for Use in Salesforce Connect HULFT Integrate: Connect to WordPress in HULFT Integrate IBM DB2: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to IBM DB2 Informatica Cloud: Integrate WordPress in Your Informatica Cloud Instance Informatica PowerCenter: Create Informatica Mappings From/To a JDBC Data Source for WordPress Jaspersoft ETL: Connect to WordPress in Jaspersoft Studio Microsoft Access: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Microsoft Access Microsoft Azure Tables: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Azure SQL Microsoft Excel: Transfer Data from Excel to WordPress Microsoft Power Automate: Build WordPress-Connected Automated Tasks with Power Automate (Desktop) MongoDB: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to MongoDB MySQL: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to MySQL Oracle Data Integrator: ETL WordPress in Oracle Data Integrator Oracle Database: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Oracle petl: Extract, Transform, and Load WordPress in Python PostgreSQL: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to PostgreSQL Replicate to MySQL: Replicate WordPress to MySQL with PowerShell SAP HANA: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to SAP HANA SingleStore: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to SingleStore SnapLogic: Integrate WordPress with External Services using SnapLogic Snowflake: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to Snowflake SQL Server: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to SQL Server SQL Server Linked Server: Connect to WordPress Data as a SQL Server Linked Server SQLite: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to SQLite Talend: Connect to WordPress and Transfer Data in Talend UiPath Studio: Create an RPA Flow that Connects to WordPress in UiPath Studio Vertica: Automated Continuous WordPress Replication to a Vertica Database

Workflow & Automation Tools

Connect to WordPress from popular data migration, ESB, iPaaS, and BPM tools.

Our drivers and adapters provide straightforward access to WordPress data from popular applications like BizTalk, MuleSoft, SQL SSIS, Microsoft Flow, Power Apps, Talend, and many more.

Popular Workflow & Automation Tool Integrations

Developer Tools & Technologies

The easiest way to integrate with WordPress from anywhere. Our WordPress drivers offer a data-centric model for WordPress that dramatically simplifies integration — allowing developers to build higher quality applications, faster than ever before. Learn more about the benefits for developers:

Popular Developer Integrations

.NET Charts: DataBind Charts to WordPress .NET QueryBuilder: Rapidly Develop WordPress-Driven Apps with Active Query Builder Angular JS: Using AngularJS to Build Dynamic Web Pages with WordPress Apache Spark: Work with WordPress in Apache Spark Using SQL AppSheet: Create WordPress-Connected Business Apps in AppSheet Bubble.io: Build WordPress-Connected Apps in Bubble C++Builder: DataBind Controls to WordPress Data in C++Builder Choreo: Build Custom Apps on WordPress Data in Choreo ColdFusion: Query WordPress in ColdFusion Using JDBC ColdFusion: Query WordPress in ColdFusion Using ODBC Dash: Use Dash & Python to Build Web Apps on WordPress Delphi: DataBind Controls to WordPress Data in Delphi DevExpress: DataBind WordPress to the DevExpress Data Grid EF - Code First: Access WordPress with Entity Framework 6 EF - LINQ: LINQ to WordPress EF - MVC: Build MVC Applications with Connectivity to WordPress Filemaker Pro: Bidirectional Access to WordPress from FileMaker Pro Filemaker Pro (on Mac): Bidirectional Access to WordPress from FileMaker Pro (on Mac) Go: Write a Simple Go Application to work with WordPress on Linux Google Apps Script: Connect to WordPress Data in Google Apps Script Hibernate: Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) with WordPress Entities in Java IntelliJ: Connect to WordPress in IntelliJ JBoss: Connect to WordPress from a Connection Pool in JBoss JDBI: Create a Data Access Object for WordPress using JDBI JRuby: Connect to WordPress in JRuby Mendix: Build WordPress-Connected Apps in Mendix Microsoft Power Apps: Integrate Live WordPress Data into Custom Business Apps Built in Power Apps NodeJS: Query WordPress Data in Node.js (via Connect Cloud) NodeJS: Query WordPress through ODBC in Node.js OutSystems: Create WordPress-Connected Enterprise Applications in OutSystems PHP: Access WordPress in PHP through Connect Server PHP: Natively Connect to WordPress in PHP PowerBuilder: Connect to WordPress from PowerBuilder PowerShell: Pipe WordPress to CSV in PowerShell PyCharm: Using the CData ODBC Driver for WordPress in PyCharm Python: Connect to WordPress in Python on Linux/UNIX React: Build Dynamic React Apps with WordPress Data Ruby: Connect to WordPress in Ruby RunMyProcess: Connect to WordPress Data in RunMyProcess RunMyProcess DSEC: Connect to WordPress in DigitalSuite Studio through RunMyProcess DSEC SAP UI5: Integrate Real-Time Access to WordPress in SAPUI5 MVC Apps Servoy: Build WordPress-Connected Apps in Servoy Spring Boot: Access Live WordPress Data in Spring Boot Apps SQLAlchemy: Use SQLAlchemy ORMs to Access WordPress in Python Tomcat: Configure the CData JDBC Driver for WordPress in a Connection Pool in Tomcat Unqork: Create WordPress-Connected Applications in Unqork VCL App (RAD Studio): Build a Simple VCL Application for WordPress WebLogic: Connect to WordPress from a Connection Pool in WebLogic

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Frequently Asked WordPress Driver Questions

Learn more about WordPress drivers & connectors for data and analytics integration

The WordPress driver acts like a bridge that facilitates communication between various applications and WordPress, allowing the application to read data as if it were a relational database. The WordPress driver abstracts the complexities of WordPress APIs, authentication methods, and data types, making it simple for any application to connect to WordPress data in real-time via standard SQL queries.

Working with a WordPress Driver is different than connecting with WordPress through other means. WordPress API integrations require technical experience from a software developer or IT resources. Additionally, due to the constant evolution of APIs and services, once you build your integration you have to constantly maintain WordPress integration code moving forward.

By comparison, our WordPress Drivers offer codeless access to live WordPress data for both technical and non-technical users alike. Any user can install our drivers and begin working with live WordPress data from any client application. Because our drivers conform to standard data interfaces like ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET etc. they offer a consistent, maintenance-free interface to WordPress data. We manage all of the complexities of WordPress integration within each driver and deploy updated drivers as systems evolve so your applications continue to run seamlessly.

If you need truly zero-maintenance integration, check out connectivity to WordPress via CData Connect Cloud. With Connect Cloud you can configure all of your data connectivity in one place and connect to WordPress from any of the available Cloud Drivers and Client Applications. Connectivity to WordPress is managed in the cloud, and you never have to worry about installing new drivers when WordPress is updated.

Many organizations draw attention to their library of connectors. After all, data connectivity is a core capability needed for applications to maximize their business value. However, it is essential to understand exactly what you are getting when evaluating connectivity. Some vendors are happy to offer connectors that implement basic proof-of-concept level connectivity. These connectors may highlight the possibilities of working with WordPress, but often only provide a fraction of capability. Finding real value from these connectors usually requires additional IT or development resources.

Unlike these POC-quality connectors, every CData WordPress driver offers full-featured WordPress data connectivity. The CData WordPress drivers support extensive WordPress integration, providing access to all of the WordPress data and meta-data needed by enterprise integration or analytics projects. Each driver contains a powerful embedded SQL engine that offers applications easy and high-performance access to all WordPress data. In addition, our drivers offer robust authentication and security capabilities, allowing users to connect securely across a wide range of enterprise configurations. Compare drivers and connectors to read more about some of the benefits of CData's driver connectivity.

With our drivers and connectors, every data source is essentially SQL-based. The CData WordPress driver contains a full SQL-92 compliant engine that translates standard SQL queries into WordPress API calls dynamically. Queries are parsed and optimized for each data source, pushing down as much of the request to WordPress as possible. Any logic that can not be pushed to WordPress is handled transparently client-side by the driver/connector engine. Ultimately, this means that WordPress looks and acts exactly like a database to any client application or tool. Users can integrate live WordPress connectivity with ANY software solution that can talk to a standard database.

The WordPress drivers and connectors offer comprehensive access to WordPress data. Our WordPress driver exposes static and dynamic data and metadata, providing universal access to WordPress data for any enterprise analytics or data mangement use. To explore the WordPress driver data model, please review the edition-specific WordPress driver documentation.

Using the CData WordPress drivers and connectors, WordPress can be easily integrated with almost any application. Any software or technology that can integrate with a database or connect with standards-based drivers like ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET, etc., can use our drivers for live WordPress data connectivity. Explore some of the more popular WordPress data integrations online.

Additionally, since WordPress supported by CData Connect Cloud, we enable all kinds of new WordPress cloud integrations.

WordPress Analytics and WordPress Cloud BI integration is universally supported for BI and data science. In addition, CData provides native client connectors for popular analytics applications like Power BI, Tableau, and Excel that simplify WordPress data integration. Additionally, native Python connectors are widely available for data science and data engineering projects that integrate seamlessly with popular tools like Pandas, SQLAlchemy, Dash, and Petl.

WordPress data integration is typically enabled with CData Sync, a robust any-to-any data pipeline solution that is easy to set up, runs everywhere, and offers comprehensive enterprise-class features for data engineering. CData Sync makes it easy to replicate WordPress data any database or data warehouse, and maintain parity between systems with automated incremental WordPress replication. In addition, our WordPress drivers and connectors can be easily embedded into a wide range of data integration tools to augment existing solutions.

Absolutely. The best way to integrate WordPress with Excel is by using the CData Connect Cloud Excel Add-In. The WordPress Excel Add-In provides easy WordPress integration directly from Microsoft Excel Desktop, Mac, or Web (Excel 365). Simply configure your connection to WordPress from the easy-to-use cloud interface, and access WordPress just like you would another native Excel data source.