Birst provides an easy-to-use cloud-based enterprise business intelligence (BI) service. By combining Birst and Treasure Data, users can quickly explore both operational data and big data.

Continue to the following topics:


  • Birst account

  • Basic knowledge of Treasure Data and a Treasure Data account

Download BirstConnect Artifacts

Visit the Navigation Page under Manage Space, and select Use Birst Connect.

Download your .jnlp file by selecting Launch for one of your configurations. Also, download your file.

Put two files under the same directory. In this article, we’ll reference the directory as $BIRST_CONNECT_DIRECTORY. Unzip

$ tar -zxvf

Download Treasure Data JDBC Driver

Download Treasure Data’s JDBC driver from here, and put the file to $BIRST_CONNECT_HOME/dist/lib.

$ mv /PATH/TO/td-jdbc-xxx-jar-with-dependencies.jar dist/lib/

Launch Birst Connect

Launch Birst Connect. Specify the .jnlp file you’ve downloaded to the dnlp.file parameter.

$ java -Djnlp.file=/PATH/TO/xxx.jnlp -Xmx1024m -cp "dist/*:dist/lib/*" com.birst.dataconductor.DataConductorApp

Set Up Task

After successfully launching Birst Connect, with the Treasure Data JDBC driver built-in.

Select Add Task to set up the task to extract data from Treasure Data into Birst.

  1. After launching, specify ‘Task Name’ first.

  2. Go to the Sources tab and select Add Query.

Edit the fields to specify JDBC connection, accordingly.

  • Database Type: Generic JDBC Connection

  • Driver Name: com.treasuredata.jdbc.TreasureDataDriver

  • Connection String: jdbc:td://;useSSL=true



  • Query: Your Query

You can switch query engines by using type parameters like jdbc:td://;useSSL=true;type=presto. See the Treasure Data JDBC Driver documentation for more information.

Select Update and Save to save the task.

Run the Task

Go back to the Birst Connect main dialog and select Run Tasks Now. The query is executed on Treasure Data, and your data is inserted into Birst.

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