Automatically tag your most used assets in Great Expectations

Automatically tag your most used assets with Secoda. Learn more about how you can automate workflows to turn hours into seconds. Do more with less and scale without the chaos.

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Secoda offers an integration feature called "Great Expectations" which allows you to tag your frequently used assets involving data sources. By doing so, you can save valuable time and ensure your data literacy and enablement practices are scalable and remain current. With the help of Secoda, you can automatically identify the most used assets and prioritize maintenance accordingly.

How it works

Secoda offers seamless integration with Great Expectations, a powerful data source. By automatically tagging your frequently used assets, Secoda helps you save time and ensures that your data literacy and enablement practices are scalable and up-to-date. The integration allows you to create structured workflows with triggers and actions. Triggers activate the workflow based on specified schedules, such as hourly or daily. Actions comprise various operations, such as filtering and updating metadata. You can stack multiple actions to create customized workflows that meet your team's specific needs. With Secoda, you can conveniently perform bulk updates to metadata in Great Expectations, streamlining your data management processes.

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The integration between Great Expectations and Secoda offers a powerful solution for enhancing data literacy and enablement practices. By combining these two tools, companies can effectively scale their data management capabilities. Secoda acts as a comprehensive index, bringing together various aspects of data knowledge, such as data catalog, lineage, documentation, and monitoring, into one centralized platform. With this integration, organizations can streamline their data management processes and leverage the benefits of both Great Expectations and Secoda to drive more efficient data-driven decision-making.

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