BigQuery Grafana Datasource

BigQuery Grafana datasource plugin provide support for BigQuery as a backend database.

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Pull Request Checklist

Pull requests with new features

Commits should be as small as possible, while ensuring that each commit is correct independently (i.e., each commit should compile and pass tests).

Make sure to include Closes #<issue number> or Fixes #<issue number> in the pull request description.

Pull requests with bug fixes

Please make all changes in one commit if possible. Include Closes #<issue number> in bottom of the commit message. A commit message for a bug fix should look something like this.

avoid infinite loop in the dashboard provisioner

if one dashboard with an uid is refered to by two
provsioners each provisioner overwrite each other.
filling up dashboard_versions quite fast if using
default settings.

Closes #12864

If the pull request needs changes before its merged the new commits should be rebased into one commit before its merged.