Open-source ELT from Marketo to any destination

Open-source ELT from Marketo to any destination

Open-source database replication from Marketo

Open-source ETL to Marketo

Airbyte enables you to load your Marketo data into any data warehouse, lake, or database in minutes using our pre-built, no-code connectors.

Airbyte enables you to load your Marketo data into any data warehouse, lake, or database in minutes using our pre-built, no-code connectors.

Replicate your Marketo data into any data warehouses, lakes or databases, in minutes, using Change Data Capture. In the format you need with post-load transformation.

Replicate data from any sources into Marketo, in minutes. In the format you need with post-load transformation.

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Start analyzing your Marketo data in three easy steps

1

Setup a Marketo connector in Airbyte

Connect to Marketo or one of 300+ Airbyte data sources through simple account authentication

2

Set up a destination for your extracted Marketo data

Choose from one of 50+ destinations where you want to import data from your Marketo source. This can be a cloud data warehouse, database, data lake, or any other supported Airbyte destination.

3

Configure the Marketo connection in Airbyte

This includes selecting the data you want to extract - streams and columns -, the sync frequency, where in the destination you want that data to be loaded.

Start analyzing your Marketo data in three easy steps

1

Setup a Marketo connector in Airbyte

Connect to Marketo or one of 300+ Airbyte data sources through simple account authentication

2

Set up a destination for your extracted Marketo data

Choose from one of 50+ destinations where you want to import data from your Marketo source. This can be a cloud data warehouse, database, data lake, or any other supported Airbyte destination.

3

Configure the Marketo connection in Airbyte

This includes selecting the data you want to extract - streams and columns -, the sync frequency, where in the destination you want that data to be loaded.

Start syncing data from any source to Marketo in three easy steps

1

Set up a source connector to extract data from in Airbyte

Choose from one of 300+ sources where you want to import data from. This can be any API tool, cloud data warehouse, database, data lake, files, among other source types. You can even build your own source connector in minutes with our no-code connector builder.

2

Set up Marketo as the destination connector

Connect to Marketo or one of 50+ Airbyte data sources through simple account authentication

3

Configure the connection in Airbyte

This includes selecting the data you want to extract - streams and columns -, the sync frequency, where in Marketo you want that data to be loaded.

LOVED by 10,000 (DATA) ENGINEERS

Ship more quickly with the only solution that fits ALL your needs.

As your tools and edge cases grow, you deserve an extensible and open ELT solution that eliminates the time you spend on building and maintaining data pipelines

Leverage the largest catalog of  connectors

Airbyte’s catalog of 300+ pre-built, no-code connectors is the largest in the industry and is doubling every year, thanks to its open-source community, while closed-source catalogs have plateaued.

Cover your custom needs with our extensibility

Build custom connectors in 10 min with our Connector Development Kit (CDK), and get them maintained by us or our community. Add them to Airbyte to enable your whole team to leverage them.
Customize ANY Airbyte connectors to address Your custom needs. Our connector’s code is open-source, so you can edit it as you see fit.

Reliability at every level

Airbyte ensure your team’s time is no longer time spent on maintenance with our reliability SLAs on our GA connectors.
Airbyte will also give you visibility and control of your data freshness at the stream level for all your connections.
LOVED by 10,000 (DATA) ENGINEERS

Ship more quickly with the only solution that fits ALL your needs.

As your tools and edge cases grow, you deserve an extensible and open ELT solution that eliminates the time you spend on building and maintaining data pipelines

Leverage the largest catalog of  connectors

Airbyte’s catalog of 300+ pre-built, no-code connectors is the largest in the industry and is doubling every year, thanks to its open-source community, while closed-source catalogs have plateaued.

Cover your custom needs with our extensibility

Build custom connectors in 10 min with our Connector Development Kit (CDK), and get them maintained by us or our community. Add them to Airbyte to enable your whole team to leverage them.
Customize ANY Airbyte connectors to address Your custom needs. Our connector’s code is open-source, so you can edit it as you see fit.

Reliability at every level

Airbyte ensure your team’s time is no longer time spent on maintenance with our reliability SLAs on our GA connectors.
Airbyte will also give you visibility and control of your data freshness at the stream level for all your connections.
LOVED by 10,000 (DATA) ENGINEERS

Ship more quickly with the only solution that fits ALL your needs.

As your tools and edge cases grow, you deserve an extensible and open ELT solution that eliminates the time you spend on building and maintaining data pipelines

Leverage the largest catalog of  connectors

Airbyte’s catalog of 300+ pre-built, no-code connectors is the largest in the industry and is doubling every year, thanks to its open-source community, while closed-source catalogs have plateaued.

Cover your custom needs with our extensibility

Build custom connectors in 10 min with our Connector Development Kit (CDK), and get them maintained by us or our community. Add them to Airbyte to enable your whole team to leverage them.
Customize ANY Airbyte connectors to address Your custom needs. Our connector’s code is open-source, so you can edit it as you see fit.

Reliability at every level

Airbyte ensure your team’s time is no longer time spent on maintenance with our reliability SLAs on our GA connectors.
Airbyte will also give you visibility and control of your data freshness at the stream level for all your connections.

Move large volumes, fast.

Quickly get up and running with a 5-minute setup that supports both incremental and full refreshes, for databases of any size.

Change Data Capture.

Airbyte's log-based CDC allows for fast detection of all data changes and efficient replication with minimal resources.

Security from source to destination.

Securely connect to your database using our reliable connection methods (SSL/TLS, SSH tunnels). Bring your own cloud too!

We support the CDC methods your company needs

Log-based CDC

Our binary log reader asynchronously reads the transaction logs to identify any changes made to the database. This scalable method can handle large volumes of data and enables real-time CDC.
Read more about CDC

Timestamp-based CDC

Changes are identified using a cursor, and only the changes made since the last sync are replicated.
Learn more

It’s never been easier to integrate your Marketo data into your data warehouse, lake or database

It’s never been easier to integrate your Marketo data into your data warehouse, lake or database

It’s never been easier to integrate any data to Marketo

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Why choose Airbyte as the backbone of your data infrastructure?

Keep your data engineering costs in check

Building and maintaining custom connectors have become 5x easier with Airbyte. Enable your data engineering teams to focus on projects that are more valuable to your business.
Given 44% of data teams are spent on maintaining brittle in-house connectors, this is a new level of internal resources that you get back.

Get Airbyte hosted where you need it to be

Airbyte helps you deploy your pipelines in production with two deployment options for the data plane:
  • Airbyte Cloud: Have it hosted by us, with all the security you need (SOC2, ISO, GDPR, HIPAA Conduit).
  • Airbyte Enterprise: Have it hosted within your own infrastructure, so your data and secrets never leave it.

White-glove enterprise-level support

With an average response rate of 10 minutes or less and a Customer Satisfaction score of 96/100, our team is ready to support your data integration journey all over the world.

Including for your Airbyte Open Source instance with our premium support.

Get your Marketo data in whatever tools you need

Airbyte supports a growing list of destinations, including cloud data warehouses, lakes, and databases.

Get your Marketo data in whatever tools you need

Airbyte supports a growing list of destinations, including cloud data warehouses, lakes, and databases.

Sync your data from any sources to Marketo

Airbyte supports a growing list of sources, including API tools,  cloud data warehouses, lakes, databases, and files, or even custom sources you can build.

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FAQs

What is ETL?

ETL, an acronym for Extract, Transform, Load, is a vital data integration process. It involves extracting data from diverse sources, transforming it into a usable format, and loading it into a database, data warehouse or data lake. This process enables meaningful data analysis, enhancing business intelligence.

What is Marketo?

Marketo develops the marketing automation software underlying the capabilities of inbound marketing solutions, CRM, social marketing, and other services of the same type. A powerful yet simple-to-use solution for any size company, Marketo was built by marketers for marketers, so it is designed with the needs and solutions required by real businesses in mind. Marketo aims to simplify the marketing process with an all-in-one solution that includes social marketing, event management, marketing ROI and analytics reports, CRM integration, and more.

What data can you extract from Marketo?

Marketo's API provides access to a wide range of data related to marketing automation and customer engagement. The following are the categories of data that can be accessed through Marketo's API:  

1. Lead data: This includes information about individual leads such as their name, email address, phone number, company, job title, and other demographic information.  

2. Campaign data: This includes information about marketing campaigns such as email campaigns, social media campaigns, and other types of marketing initiatives.  

3. Activity data: This includes information about the activities that leads have taken such as opening an email, clicking on a link, visiting a website, or filling out a form.  

4. Analytics data: This includes information about the performance of marketing campaigns such as open rates, click-through rates, conversion rates, and other metrics.  

5. Account data: This includes information about the companies that leads work for such as company size, industry, and other relevant information.  

6. Custom object data: This includes information about custom objects that have been created within Marketo such as events, webinars, and other types of marketing initiatives.  

Overall, Marketo's API provides access to a wealth of data that can be used to improve marketing automation and customer engagement efforts.

How do I transfer data from Marketo?

This can be done by building a data pipeline manually, usually a Python script (you can leverage a tool as Apache Airflow for this). This process can take more than a full week of development. Or it can be done in minutes on Airbyte in three easy steps: 
1. Set up Marketo as a source connector (using Auth, or usually an API key)
2. Choose a destination (more than 50 available destination databases, data warehouses or lakes) to sync data too and set it up as a destination connector
3. Define which data you want to transfer from Marketo and how frequently
You can choose to self-host the pipeline using Airbyte Open Source or have it managed for you with Airbyte Cloud. 

What are top ETL tools to extract data from Marketo

The most prominent ETL tools to extract data from Marketo include:
- Airbyte
- Fivetran
- StitchData
- Matillion
- Talend Data Integration
These ETL and ELT tools help in extracting data from Marketo and other sources (APIs, databases, and more), transforming it efficiently, and loading it into a database, data warehouse or data lake, enhancing data management capabilities.

What is ELT?

ELT, standing for Extract, Load, Transform, is a modern take on the traditional ETL data integration process. In ELT, data is first extracted from various sources, loaded directly into a data warehouse, and then transformed. This approach enhances data processing speed, analytical flexibility and autonomy.

Difference between ETL and ELT?

ETL and ELT are critical data integration strategies with key differences. ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) transforms data before loading, ideal for structured data. In contrast, ELT (Extract, Load, Transform) loads data before transformation, perfect for processing large, diverse data sets in modern data warehouses. ELT is becoming the new standard as it offers a lot more flexibility and autonomy to data analysts.

What is ETL?

ETL, an acronym for Extract, Transform, Load, is a vital data integration process. It involves extracting data from diverse sources, transforming it into a usable format, and loading it into a database, data warehouse or data lake. This process enables meaningful data analysis, enhancing business intelligence.

What is Marketo?

Marketo develops the marketing automation software underlying the capabilities of inbound marketing solutions, CRM, social marketing, and other services of the same type. A powerful yet simple-to-use solution for any size company, Marketo was built by marketers for marketers, so it is designed with the needs and solutions required by real businesses in mind. Marketo aims to simplify the marketing process with an all-in-one solution that includes social marketing, event management, marketing ROI and analytics reports, CRM integration, and more.

What data can you extract from Marketo?

Marketo's API provides access to a wide range of data related to marketing automation and customer engagement. The following are the categories of data that can be accessed through Marketo's API:  

1. Lead data: This includes information about individual leads such as their name, email address, phone number, company, job title, and other demographic information.  

2. Campaign data: This includes information about marketing campaigns such as email campaigns, social media campaigns, and other types of marketing initiatives.  

3. Activity data: This includes information about the activities that leads have taken such as opening an email, clicking on a link, visiting a website, or filling out a form.  

4. Analytics data: This includes information about the performance of marketing campaigns such as open rates, click-through rates, conversion rates, and other metrics.  

5. Account data: This includes information about the companies that leads work for such as company size, industry, and other relevant information.  

6. Custom object data: This includes information about custom objects that have been created within Marketo such as events, webinars, and other types of marketing initiatives.  

Overall, Marketo's API provides access to a wealth of data that can be used to improve marketing automation and customer engagement efforts.

How do I transfer data from Marketo?

This can be done by building a data pipeline manually, usually a Python script (you can leverage a tool as Apache Airflow for this). This process can take more than a full week of development. Or it can be done in minutes on Airbyte in three easy steps: 
1. Set up Marketo as a source connector (using Auth, or usually an API key)
2. Choose a destination (more than 50 available destination databases, data warehouses or lakes) to sync data too and set it up as a destination connector
3. Define which data you want to transfer from Marketo and how frequently
You can choose to self-host the pipeline using Airbyte Open Source or have it managed for you with Airbyte Cloud. 

What are top ETL tools to extract data from Marketo

The most prominent ETL tools to extract data from Marketo include:
- Airbyte
- Fivetran
- StitchData
- Matillion
- Talend Data Integration
These ETL and ELT tools help in extracting data from Marketo and other sources (APIs, databases, and more), transforming it efficiently, and loading it into a database, data warehouse or data lake, enhancing data management capabilities.

What is ELT?

ELT, standing for Extract, Load, Transform, is a modern take on the traditional ETL data integration process. In ELT, data is first extracted from various sources, loaded directly into a data warehouse, and then transformed. This approach enhances data processing speed, analytical flexibility and autonomy.

Difference between ETL and ELT?

ETL and ELT are critical data integration strategies with key differences. ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) transforms data before loading, ideal for structured data. In contrast, ELT (Extract, Load, Transform) loads data before transformation, perfect for processing large, diverse data sets in modern data warehouses. ELT is becoming the new standard as it offers a lot more flexibility and autonomy to data analysts.

What is ETL?

ETL, an acronym for Extract, Transform, Load, is a vital data integration process. It involves extracting data from diverse sources, transforming it into a usable format, and loading it into a database, data warehouse or data lake. This process enables meaningful data analysis, enhancing business intelligence.

What is Marketo?

Marketo develops the marketing automation software underlying the capabilities of inbound marketing solutions, CRM, social marketing, and other services of the same type. A powerful yet simple-to-use solution for any size company, Marketo was built by marketers for marketers, so it is designed with the needs and solutions required by real businesses in mind. Marketo aims to simplify the marketing process with an all-in-one solution that includes social marketing, event management, marketing ROI and analytics reports, CRM integration, and more.

What data can you extract from Marketo?

Marketo's API provides access to a wide range of data related to marketing automation and customer engagement. The following are the categories of data that can be accessed through Marketo's API:  

1. Lead data: This includes information about individual leads such as their name, email address, phone number, company, job title, and other demographic information.  

2. Campaign data: This includes information about marketing campaigns such as email campaigns, social media campaigns, and other types of marketing initiatives.  

3. Activity data: This includes information about the activities that leads have taken such as opening an email, clicking on a link, visiting a website, or filling out a form.  

4. Analytics data: This includes information about the performance of marketing campaigns such as open rates, click-through rates, conversion rates, and other metrics.  

5. Account data: This includes information about the companies that leads work for such as company size, industry, and other relevant information.  

6. Custom object data: This includes information about custom objects that have been created within Marketo such as events, webinars, and other types of marketing initiatives.  

Overall, Marketo's API provides access to a wealth of data that can be used to improve marketing automation and customer engagement efforts.

What data can you transfer to Marketo?

You can transfer a wide variety of data to Marketo. This usually includes structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data like transaction records, log files, JSON data, CSV files, and more, allowing robust, scalable data integration and analysis.

How do I transfer data to Marketo?

1. First, navigate to the "Sources" tab on the Airbyte dashboard and click "New Source".

2. Select "Marketo" from the list of available sources.

3. Enter a name for your Marketo source connector and click "Next".

4. Enter your Marketo credentials, including your Client ID, Client Secret, and REST Endpoint URL. You can find these credentials in your Marketo account under "Admin" > "LaunchPoint".

5. Click "Test" to ensure that your credentials are correct and that Airbyte can connect to your Marketo account.

6. Once your credentials have been verified, select the objects you want to replicate from Marketo. You can choose from a variety of objects, including leads, opportunities, and campaigns.

7. Configure any additional settings, such as the replication frequency and the number of records to replicate per batch.

8. Click "Create Source" to save your Marketo source connector.

9. Your Marketo data will now be replicated to Airbyte, where you can use it to create pipelines and sync your data with other destinations.

What are top ETL tools to transfer data from Marketo

The most prominent ETL tools to transfer data to Marketo include:
- Airbyte
- Fivetran
- StitchData
- Matillion
- Talend Data Integration
These tools help in extracting data from various sources (APIs, databases, and more), transforming it efficiently, and loading it into [tool] and other databases, data warehouses and data lakes, enhancing data management capabilities.

What is ELT?

ELT, standing for Extract, Load, Transform, is a modern take on the traditional ETL data integration process. In ELT, data is first extracted from various sources, loaded directly into a data warehouse, and then transformed. This approach enhances data processing speed, analytical flexibility and autonomy.

Difference between ETL and ELT?

ETL and ELT are critical data integration strategies with key differences. ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) transforms data before loading, ideal for structured data. In contrast, ELT (Extract, Load, Transform) loads data before transformation, perfect for processing large, diverse data sets in modern data warehouses. ELT is becoming the new standard as it offers a lot more flexibility and autonomy to data analysts.

Possible connections with Marketo