Data Catalogue

What is Data Cataloguing?

The Data Catalogue within the Datawave Platform allows businesses to extract and maximise the value from their data. It unlocks the potential previously hidden away in a multitude of unlinked environments, technologies and applications and provides the business with insights and opportunities from their previously untapped information assets.

Historically in order for a business to interrogate large data sets, the user would have to know the source and location of each data asset, as well as the application, service and technology being used. Quite often there are incompatibilities and proprietary formats that complicate matters further, not to mention whether the data is physically held within an organisation or in the cloud.

The Data Catalogue within the Platform centralises this valuable business asset by making the data more discoverable and accessible for use within the organisation regardless of location or format. It allows the user to very quickly gain an understanding of the status of a system, it's type, as well as it's constituent entities, components and any pipelines that utilise it.

In addition to that, it offers previously unavailable transparency and management of data that is becoming an increasing necessity due to a wide array of data compliance regulations that are being enacted in law such as GDPR. The Platform enables visibility of data to be unified over disparate systems and environments.

Supported Technologies

The Data Catalogue within the Datawave Platform makes it extremely easy to gain an understanding on the structure, status, properties and components associated with a system or pipeline.

Technologies

  • Oracle
  • DB 2
  • Postgres
  • MongoDB
  • Azure
  • Teradata
  • Flat File
  • Domain
  • Redshift

Filter by Type

  • Data Validation
  • Transformation
  • Data Warehousing
  • Publish
  • Custom
  • Data Ingestion

Filter by Status

  • Sync Impacted
  • Running
  • Warning
  • Late
  • Failed
  • Out of Sync
  • Unused
  • Used

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What is Data Cataloguing?

The Data Catalogue within the Datawave Platform allows businesses to extract and maximise the value from their data. It unlocks the potential previously hidden away in a multitude of unlinked environments, technologies and applications and provides the business with insights and opportunities from their previously untapped information assets.

Historically in order for a business to interrogate large data sets, the user would have to know the source and location of each data asset, as well as the application, service and technology being used. Quite often there are incompatibilities and proprietary formats that complicate matters further, not to mention whether the data is physically held within an organisation or in the cloud.

The Data Catalogue within the Platform centralises this valuable business asset by making the data more discoverable and accessible for use within the organisation regardless of location or format. It allows the user to very quickly gain an understanding of the status of a system, it's type, as well as it's constituent entities, components and any pipelines that utilise it.

In addition to that, it offers previously unavailable transparency and management of data that is becoming an increasing necessity due to a wide array of data compliance regulations that are being enacted in law such as GDPR. The Platform enables visibility of data to be unified over disparate systems and environments.

Supported Technologies

The Data Catalogue within the Datawave Platform makes it extremely easy to gain an understanding on the structure, status, properties and components associated with a system or pipeline.

Technologies

  • Oracle
  • DB 2
  • Postgres
  • MongoDB
  • Azure
  • Teradata
  • Flat File
  • Domain
  • Redshift

Filter by Type

  • Data Validation
  • Transformation
  • Data Warehousing
  • Publish
  • Custom
  • Data Ingestion

Filter by Status

  • Sync Impacted
  • Running
  • Warning
  • Late
  • Failed
  • Out of Sync
  • Unused
  • Used