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Deepnote natively integrates with a substantial collection of databases, data warehouses, and other services. All integrations are plug-and-play, meaning they can be connected to any project in the workspace they were created in on an as-needed basis (click here to read more about integration permissions).
Once created, integrations greatly simplify using Deepnote in conjunction with other tools in your data stack through, for instance, custom SQL blocks. On top of all of that, Deepnote also takes care of credential management for you by encrypting and securely storing all integration-related credentials.
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Learn more about any of Deepnote's currently supported integrations by selecting a specific integration from the left-hand sidebar or browsing integrations by category and jumping into a detailed walkthrough of connecting and using the integration.
To edit your existing integrations (and create new ones), open up the integrations overview from the left-hand sidebar. Alternatively, you can also find your way to the integrations overview via the integrations menu in the right-hand sidebar within each project.
As mentioned above, each integration can be connected to multiple projects within your workspace. It is important to remember that deleting an integration that is connected to multiple projects will remove the specified integration from all projects in that workspace.
Some integrations require your machine to restart (don't fret, you will be warned in advance). Note that this will terminate all running processes in the project.
To keep an integration available in your workspace and only remove it from a specific project, open up the right-hand sidebar and edit the integration in question in the integrations menu.
Integrations are shared amongst all team members and can be connected to any of the projects in the workspace.
Explore integrations by category and dive deeper into any of the listed integrations.
Jump right into Deepnote and take a look at SQL blocks and MindsDB in action. You can also save yourself some setup work by hitting the
Duplicate button in the top-right corner to start exploring on your own!
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