Export from Onfleet to MySQL

CloudQuery is an open-source data integration platform that allows you to export data from any source to any destination.

The CloudQuery Onfleet plugin allows you to sync data from Onfleet to any destination, including MySQL. It's free, open source, requires no account, and takes only minutes to get started.

Ready? Let's dive right in!

Step 1. Install the CloudQuery CLI

The CloudQuery CLI is a command-line tool that runs the sync. It supports MacOS, Linux and Windows.

brew install cloudquery/tap/cloudquery

Step 2. Configure the Onfleet source plugin

Create a configuration file for the Onfleet plugin and set up authentication.

Onfleet is a partner plugin, which means that it is maintained by the Onfleet team. Create a file called onfleet.yaml, then copy the example and follow the instructions in the Onfleet Plugin Documentation ↗ to fit your needs.

Step 3. Configure the MySQL destination plugin

Create a configuration file for the MySQL plugin and set up authentication.


Create a file called mysql.yaml and add the following contents:

Fine-tune this configuration to match your needs. For more information, see the MySQL Plugin ↗ page in the docs.

Step 4. Start the Sync

Run the following command in your terminal to start the sync

And away we go! 🚀 The sync will run until completion, fetching all selected tables from Onfleet. Any errors will be logged to a file called cloudquery.log.

Further Reading

Now that you've seen the basics of syncing Onfleet to MySQL, you should know that there's a lot more you can do. Check out the CloudQuery Documentation, Source Code and How-to Guides for more details.