To add a SQL Connection, go to the Connections page which is accessed via Menu -> Connected Data -> Connections.
NOTE: SQL connections are only available on Premium accounts.
You must be an Administrator level user to see this option.
- Click the ADD CONNECTION button on the top right of the page to add a new connection.
This will bring up a list of connections that you can choose from.
- Click on SQL Server
- Add the SQL Server Connection String to be used by connectors to access your database.
Learn more about SQL Server Connection Strings here
NOTE: Windows Authentication is NOT supported; you must include username and password credentials in the string.
The SQL user specified MUST have at least db_ddladmin and db_datawriter database-level roles assigned.
For simplest configuration, grant db_owner role to the user.
IMPORTANT: You must configure your database firewall to accept connections from our cloud servers. Here is a list of our IP addresses:
All USA hosted cloud services currently run behind IP addresses:
All Australia hosted cloud services currently run behind IP addresses:
All Europe hosted cloud services currently run behind IP addresses:
For any incoming connections from our servers to yours, please instruct your IT team to whitelist the above IPs (depending on where your account is hosted) to ensure reliable connectivity through corporate firewalls.
- For Amazon RDS, see this article on how to add our cloud IPs to your RDS firewall
- For Microsoft Azure, you can follow this article to configure your Azure SQL firewall
Click the SAVE button on the top right of the page to store your configuration.