The catalog is the place where you can get detailed information on any of your data assets connected to Sifflet.
The data assets can be displayed either as icons or list. The desired view can be selected at the top-right corner of the page.
On both views, you will have access to the name of the asset, the source where it is stored as well as the description of the asset, either automatically extracted from your datasource or manually edited by your team.
Finally, if using the icon view, on the top-right corner of every icon, you can see a coloured dot next to your asset name. It represents the monitoring status.
The colour code is the following:
Grey: The table is not being monitored. It applies to any table with less than 3 running data quality rules.
Red: Sifflet detected a critical data quality issue. It applies to any table with 3 or more running rules when the last execution of a critical rule has failed.
Orange: Sifflet detected a data quality issue that requires the user's attention. It applies to any table with 3 or more running rules when at least one rule execution has failed in the last 5 weeks (except when it is the last run of a critical rule, in which case the status is red).
Green: The table contains reliable data. It applies to any table with 3 or more rules when all past executions of all rules in the last 5 weeks have succeeded.
You have access to more detailed information by clicking on any asset.
The overview will give general information such as the description of the asset, that can be edited here and potentially the time window that has been set. You will also get the possibility to display the SQL request that creates this table.
Schema will allow you to visualize the structure of your table on the field level. You can select the characteristics you want to be displayed.
Preview allows you to preview the first rows of your table. You can select the fields and the number of rows to be displayed.
Quality allows you to visualize the existing monitoring rules that have been set on your table. All details are explained in the next page of the Academy.
Lineage displays all the interactions between your assets down to the field level. You can look either upstream or downstream to make, for instance, root cause analyses or check the potential impacts of a table on others. For more information, look at this specific section.
Updated 2 months ago