The Data X-Ray team is adding new datasources and file types all the time. This article provides the current and complete list of the technologies that the Data X-Ray supports. 

If you see a datasource that we don't have but you need, hit the intercom button and let us know! We prioritize according to client demand and it usually takes us only a few days to build and deploy new connectors.



The complete list of file-sharing datasources are:

  • Windows Network Drives
  • Box
  • Google Drive
  • G Suite (every user's Google Drive in the organization)

And the SQL and no-SQL databases:

  • MySQL
  • Microsoft SQL
  • PostgreSQL
  • Mongo DB


New datasource support is driven by client demand, so please reach out if you would like to request a new native connector. Our current roadmap (in order of priority) is:

  1. Microsoft Exchange Server
  2. Office365
  3. Salesforce/Quip
  4. Slack
  5. SAP
  6. Sharepoint
  7. HDFS
  8. Azure Blobs
  9. DB2

File types


Our parsers and classifiers currently handle:

  • PDFs
  • Plain text (.txt and .md )
  • Microsoft Word documents (.doc  and .docx )
  • Microsoft Excel documents (.xls and .xlsx)
  • Comma Separated Values (.csv ) -- note: only comma delimiter currently supported
  • Google Spreadsheets
  • Google Documents
  • SQL database values
  • NoSQL database text values

Having trouble parsing one of these file types? Make sure that it has the correct file extension. Often our parser can figure out what the file type is, but sometimes it's difficult without the correct file extension.


New file type support is driven by client demand, so please reach out if you would like to request a file type that we don't currently support. We will soon support (in order of priority):

  1. Emails
  2. Javascript Object Notation (.json )
  3. Optical Character Recognition (OCR) PDFs and images

Specialized Networking Connections

When not using the on premise installation, Data X-Ray uses secure and specialized networking connections to connect to your virtual servers, including:

  • AWS (VPC connection) and
  • Heroku (PostgreSQL databases).

This list is largely driven by our customer needs, so if you think something is missing, let us know!

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