The Data Catalog is the source of truth regarding all of your data assets. It allows you to discover and understand your data assets, making it easy to:
- Identify unhealthy assets and troubleshoot issues
- Look for specific assets
- Onboard new team members
- See a breakdown of your assets across various dimensions (technologies, health, usage, etc.)
Assets that show up on the Data Catalog page depend on the domain selected in the dropdown menu at the top right end corner of the page.
The list shows all data assets that correspond to the applied search and filters. By default, there are 50 items per page - this number can be customised.
For each single asset, you can see your asset:
- Description, which can be automatically extracted from your data source and/or manually edited by your team on Sifflet
- Quality status
- Data source name
- Data usage
Clicking a specific asset redirects you to the dedicated Asset page.
Hovering any asset on the list displays an overflow menu at the far right end of each asset row allowing you to apply auto coverage to the asset or to edit the tags and description of the asset.
By default, the search is performed on assets' name and description.
You can optionally tick the
Search on fields checkbox to also have the search performed on field names and descriptions for
Tables & Views assets.
Assets can be sorted by:
For both, you can decide to sort assets in an ascending or descending order.
Filters can be added by ticking boxes and removed by unticking boxes or clicking the
Clear at the top of the filter sidebar.
Three types of data assets can populate the Data Catalog depending on the configured integrations:
- Tables & Views
You can filter on some specific integration technologies or directly on your data source names.
Asset quality status is based on whether or not the asset is covered by monitors as well as on the severity of the incidents impacting the data asset:
- Urgent incidents: asset has at least one configured monitor & asset has at least one ongoing incident with a
- High risk incidents: asset has at least one configured monitor & asset has at least one ongoing incident with a
- No incidents: asset has at least one configured monitor & does not have any ongoing incident.
- Not monitored: asset does not have any configured monitor.
You can read more about asset data usage here.
Assets can be filtered using any of the tags they are associated with. Tags can be set up in the Settings.
Updated 5 days ago