Sisu harnesses the power of your data, so that you can understand hidden details about your business and make informed operational and strategic decisions that will help you scale and stay ahead of your competition.
But first, you have to get that data into Sisu. You can do that in one of two ways: either upload the data directly into Sisu from a CSV file, or connect to your organization’s data source.
- Uploading Data from a CSV File
- Allowlisting Sisu Static IPs for Data Sources
- Adding & Removing Restricted Data Sources
- All “Connect to…” articles in the Connecting to External Data Sources section
Uploading Data to Sisu
If your data exists in a spreadsheet, you can manually upload the data directly into Sisu. Please refer to Uploading Data from a CSV File for instructions.
Connecting to an Existing Data Source
If your organization uses an external data warehousing service, you can connect that data source to Sisu without the need to export and import the data manually.
This method has many advantages -- perhaps the biggest one is that the connection enables your Sisu analyses to update as frequently as your data tables update. For example, if your data is updating on a continuous basis, you can set Sisu to automatically update as well.
Currently, Sisu supports connecting to the data sources listed below. Use these links for complete instructions for each data source.
- Connecting to Amazon Redshift
- Connecting to Amazon Athena
- Connecting to Google BigQuery
- Connecting to Snowflake
- Connecting to PostgreSQL
- Connecting to MS SQL Server / Azure Synapse
- Connecting to Vertica
|To request a data source not in this list, please send email to email@example.com.|