Create Reports from Oracle Eloqua Data in Google Data Studio

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Use CData Connect Cloud to create a virtual MySQL Database for Oracle Eloqua data and create custom reports in Google Data Studio.

Google Data Studio allows you to create branded reports with data visualizations to share with your clients. When paired with CData Connect Cloud, you get instant, cloud-to-cloud access to Oracle Eloqua data for visualizations, dashboards, and more. This article shows how to create a virtual database for Oracle Eloqua and build reports from Oracle Eloqua data in Google Data Studio.

CData Connect Cloud provides a pure cloud-to-cloud interface for Oracle Eloqua, allowing you to easily build reports from live Oracle Eloqua data in Google Data Studio — without replicating the data. As you build visualizations, Google Data Studio generates queries to gather data. Using optimized data processing out of the box, CData Connect Cloud pushes all supported query operations (filters, JOINs, etc) directly to Oracle Eloqua, leveraging server-side processing to quickly return Oracle Eloqua data.

This article requires a CData Connect Cloud instance and the CData Connect Cloud Connector for Google Data Studio. Get more information on the CData Connect Cloud and sign up for a free trial at https://www.cdata.com/connect.


Connect to Oracle Eloqua from Connect Cloud

CData Connect Cloud uses a straightforward, point-and-click interface to connect to data sources and generate APIs.

  1. Log into Connect Cloud and click Databases.
  2. Select "Oracle Eloqua" from Available Data Sources.
  3. Enter the necessary authentication properties to connect to Oracle Eloqua.

    There are two authentication methods available for connecting to Oracle Eloqua: Login and OAuth. The Login method requires you to have the Company, User, and Password of the user.

    If you do not have access to the username and password or do not wish to require them, you can use OAuth authentication. OAuth is better suited for allowing other users to access their own data. Using login credentials is better suited for accessing your own data.

  4. Click Test Database.
  5. Click Privileges -> Add and add the new user (or an existing user) with the appropriate permissions.

With the virtual database created, you are ready to connect to Oracle Eloqua data from Google Data Studio.

Visualize Live Oracle Eloqua Data in Google Data Studio

The steps below outline connecting to CData Connect Cloud from Google Data Studio to create a new Oracle Eloqua data source and build a simple visualization from the data.

  1. Log into Google Data Studio, click data sources, create a new data source, and choose CData Connect Cloud Connector.
  2. Authorize the Connector to connect to an external service (your Connect Cloud instance).
  3. Use your instance name (myinstance in myinstance.cdatacloud.net), username, and password to connect to your Connect Cloud instance.
    • Username: myinstance/username
    • Password: your Connect Cloud password
  4. Select a Database (e.g. OracleEloqua1) and click Next.
  5. Select a Table (e.g. Campaign) and click Next.
  6. Click Connect.
  7. If needed, modify columns, click Create Report, and add the data source to the report.
  8. Select a visualization style and add it to the report.
  9. Select Dimensions and Measures to customize your visualization.

Optional: Connect with the MySQL Connector

If you need to work with data from a custom SQL query, you can use the MySQL Connector. Connect using the server information for your Connect Cloud instance (server address, port, username, and password).

SQL Access to Oracle Eloqua Data from Cloud Applications

Now you have a direct, cloud-to-cloud connection to live Oracle Eloqua data from your Google Data Studio workbook. You can create more data sources and new visualizations, build reports, and more — all without replicating Oracle Eloqua data.

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