Welcome back to the Secoda Wrap 🌯 as we get closer and closer to wrapping up the year, we have some exciting updates to share that you can look forward to in the new year.
🎙️ Your stage awaits at MDS Fest 2.0,
🆕 Some fresh new product updates await you in your workspace,
📹 and we're sharing some quality video content on monitoring in your workspace.
Let's get it 🍞
🎤 Mic check: apply to speak at MDS Fest 2.0
Modern Data Stack Fest is back and better than ever, and we're doing it all over again from March 25 - 29, 2024 🎊 MDS Fest is a place for the data community to come together to learn from each other. We're building community amongst our peers from all over the world, which is why we want to invite you to speak at MDS Fest 2.0!
This year we're focusing on:
⚡️ Scale and complexity
⚡️ Data quality
⚡️ Data discovery and literacy
⚡️ Career growth and skills development
Speaker applications are open until January 15, 2024!
🆕 Product improvements
Improvements released this week to keep Secoda looking and feeling fresh 😎
📄 New Column pages. We've implemented a dedicated page to display Column metadata, documentation and lineage information.
📊 Improvements for Metrics. Embed charts related to a metric itself in the Secoda document editor, just like you would a typical query block, so you can have your key metrics on hand anywhere you need.
📈 Access Monitors from the sidebar. Easily access all your monitors via the Secoda sidebar. Quickly create new monitors via the Add monitor button for a clean, easy to use experience.
📚 Workspace audit log. Admins and Editors can access the workspace audit log through Secoda Settings. This log tracks all actions from the users in your workspace.
💸 How to monitor the cost of your data stack
Now available in your workspace: get visibility into the health of your entire stack, prevent asset sprawl and unexpected costs by setting up monitoring.
Set up your first monitor today, and keep tabs on:
💰 Cost drivers: Identify costly pipelines and data assets, and be alerted immediately if cost thresholds are exceeded.
🔍 Data observability: Set monitors to keep track of data freshness, row count, and more.
✅ Data quality: Monitor data cardinality, uniqueness, nullness, and more to make sure your data is accurate.
✨ Anything you need: Set up custom monitors by writing your own SQL query, and keep tabs on what your team needs the most.
We made a playlist of How To videos to help you get started with Monitoring.
... and that's another wrap in the books!
See ya next week! 👋