Setting up one rule on a field or a table-level can take up to a few minutes.
This can be very time-consuming if you have hundreds of tables to monitor.
Auto-coverage is the feature that allows the user to set the most fundamental data quality rules on multiple tables in a matter of few clicks.

Applying auto-coverage

Use Sifflet search engine to narrow down to a selection of tables on which Auto-coverage needs to be applied, and then click on the Auto-coverage button.


Use the toggle to include/exclude any suggested data quality monitoring logic. Once you click on Scan, Sifflet will automatically identify the right fields to monitor and suggest a list of rules to create.


Use the toggle on the left to select the rules to be created, and use the sliders on the right to define the criticality of each rule. Follow the next steps of the stepper to tag rules and select the Slack channel(s) on which the alerts need to be sent in case of rules' failures.


The rules created will be set to a default scheduler that will run on a daily basis.

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