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Supported databases

DataRobot with JDBC 4.1 has tested support for the following databases.

Database Version Driver Jar
Amazon Redshift Amazon Redshift: Configuring a JDBC driver connection
AWS Athena 2.0.35 Using Athena with the JDBC Driver
Azure SQL 9.4.0 JDBC Driver for Azure SQL
Azure Synapse 9.4.0 JDBC Driver for Synapse SQL
Databricks 2.6.21 Databricks JDBC Driver
Exasol 7.1.2 Exasol JDBC Driver
Google BigQuery spark- ODBC and JDBC drivers for BigQuery
InterSystems 3.0.0 InterSystems JDBC Connections
KDB+ * 2019.11.11 Kx Systems jdbc.jar (Log in to GitHub before clicking this link.)
Microsoft SQL Server 6.4 12.2.0 Microsoft JDBC Driver for SQL Server
MySQL 8.0.32 MySQL Connectors
Oracle 6 oracle-xe_11.2.0-1.0 Central Repository Oracle JDBC
Oracle 8 Central Repository Oracle JDBC
PostgresSQL 42.5.1 JDBC 4.2 PostgreSQL JBDC Driver
Presto 0.216 Presto downloads
SAP HANA 2.15.10 Connect Using the SAP HANA JDBC Driver
Snowflake 3.13.29 Snowflake JDBC driver repository
TD-Hive 0.5.10 JDBC Driver for Hive
Treasure Data Select the query engine you contracted for. Treasure Data Integrations

* Only supported with JDBC, not with KDB native query language q

Self-Managed AI Platform users: See Manage JDBC drivers for steps to upload JDBC drivers.

Deprecated databases

Support is deprecated for these drivers:

Database Version
Apache Hive for JDBC All
Apache Hive All
Elasticsearch All
Microsoft SQL Server 6.0


Older driver versions may still exist, but DataRobot recommends that you use the latest supported versions of the drivers.

Updated July 19, 2023
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