Display dynamic data from your SQL databases in Confluence

For organizations that use SQL databases to house essential business data, SQL for Confluence provides a safe and straightforward solution to access and share that information in Confluence.

Teams can rely on real-time, dynamic data displayed alongside documentation and other relevant information to provide more context.

Set up and monitor as many data sources as you need with popular databases like Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, and MySQL. Once your data source is set up, your team can view available tables and columns, and use that data to run queries, all from within the Confluence macro editor.

Display the data in a table with advanced formatting and styling, or combine it with the native chart macro for more data visualization options (Server/DC only).

Read how the City of Cambridge eliminated single-person dependencies in monitoring SQL databases by bringing SQL data in Confluence. 

Last updated: 2023-01-24

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