everything at a glance

an overview of the data connections.

From data formats such as JSON and XML, databases and SAP to social media and all the way to machinery, conveyor systems, and sensor information such as Siemens S7 and OPC UA. With Peakboard a wide variety of data can be easily connected and visualized in real time. Below you will find an overview of the data connections that are currently possible with Peakboard. We are also constantly developing new options for connecting data.

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generic data sources.

RSS Feed

RSS Feeds are designed for the distribution of messages and other news. Peakboard supports all popular RSS formats for the integration of news streams.


Nearly all the latest web services support data transfers via JSON. This log is very flexible and generic. JSON formats for virtually all the latest APIs are supported.


XML is a generic format for data with any kind of complex structure. XML files can be integrated by cloud storage or via http.


CSV transports structured data across platforms. CSV files and streams can be used that are retrievable from a drive, cloud storage or http.


OData is a standard option for exchanging data between various applications. Integrate publicly accessible sources or your company's own data.



Via ODBC, you can also integrate very exotic databases, such as DBD, Informix, MySQL, etc.

Microsoft SQL Server

The Microsoft SQL server is one of the most popular database systems. All versions are supported.

Microsoft Access

With the help of the ODBC interface, Peakboard can be directly connected to a Microsoft Access database.

Microsoft Azure

SQL Server supports these data sources, which are hosted by Microsoft Azure.


Oracle databases are supported as a source in all the latest versions.


Google Sheet

Import your Google sheet charts directly from the cloud and have them visualized automatically and live.

Microsoft SharePoint Lists

Through the direct connection with Microsoft Office SharePoint you can design your visualizations even easier.


Microsoft Dynamics

Dynamics NAV is one of the most common ERP systems for small and medium-sized businesses. For all the latest versions, the connection occurs via the official NAV interface.

Hardware, SPS & IoT.


MQTT is an open-source based machine-to-machine protocol. MQTT messages can be subscribed to and processed directly in Peakboard.

Siemens S7

Peakboard supports the reading and placement of variables in S7 data blocks.

Azure Event Hub

Both Azure Event Hub and IoT Hub are supported as data sources.



E-Mails can be received and sent with the email data source.

Office365 Calendar

With the Office365 Calendar data source you can get a read-out of your appointments directly from your calendar.


Text messages can be filtered and sorted according to any criteria.

Webpage Table

With this connection, tabular websites serve as a data provider.


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