See end-to-end lineage across your entire data stack. Get notified when changes impact tables or dashboards that you are responsible for. Always stay up to date on critical errors.
Secoda automatically identifies the impacts of all changes and makes downstream and upstream owners aware of the change so they can proactively resolve it before a critical report is generated.
Secoda utilizes queries, foreign keys, primary keys, and additional attributes to comprehensively map lineage, which builds a complete understanding of the relationships among your resources and can help your team manage data stack sprawl.
Secoda maps your entire lineage and lets you schedule recurring extractions to keep it up to date as things change. Set up your schedules, permissions, and additional settings in less than 5 minutes with Secoda's no code integrations.
Receive notifications about updates to columns, documentation, and other resources that may affect your work.
Build a full picture of your data lineage graphs by adding additional relationships through an easy drag and drop, visual interface.
Notify downstream and upstream users of resources about changes that may impact their work before they happen. Send announcements to Slack, email and to the Secoda inbox in seconds by identifying everyone who should know about the change you're making.
Metadata such as dashboards, events, tables, charts, jobs, and relationships can be added to any tool using our API for admins and editors.
Secoda brings in tests from data quality tools to monitor the performance of your data pipeline.
When tests fail, Secoda will notify all downstream users automatically about the failure. This way, you can focus on fixing the issue and don't have to lift a finger when something breaks.
Out of the box connections and flexible APIs.
Secoda is SOC 2 Type 1 and 2 compliant. The way we process and store client data is secure and protected, based on standards set by the AICPA.
You can host Secoda in a self-hosted environment, behind your own VPN, and in your own VPC. Deploy via Terraform or Docker.
Sign in with the services you already use, including Google and Microsoft SSO, Okta, MFA and SAML
Securely move data from your private databases to Secoda with SSH tunneling.
Get control to remove or leave out sensitive datasets from your syncs or mark it automatically in Secoda.
Data managed with Secoda is fully encrypted in transit and at rest. We do not see the data we are moving.
Data lineage refers to the historical record or lineage of a piece of data, tracing its origin, transformations, and movement throughout its lifecycle. It provides a detailed account of how data is sourced, processed, and integrated across various systems, applications, and processes. Data lineage includes information such as the data sources, data transformations, data quality checks, and the relationships and dependencies between different data elements. It helps to understand the data's lineage and its journey, ensuring transparency, trust, and compliance while facilitating data management, data governance, and decision-making processes.
Data lineage plays a crucial role in supporting data cataloging and data discovery efforts. By providing a comprehensive view of the origin, transformations, and flow of data, data lineage helps in accurately documenting and cataloging data assets. It enables users to understand the relationships and dependencies between datasets, identify potential data quality issues, and assess the trustworthiness of data. Data lineage also facilitates impact analysis by allowing users to trace the effects of changes or updates to datasets, enhancing the overall efficiency and effectiveness of data cataloging and data discovery processes.
Tracking data lineage offers several benefits for organizations and data management processes. Firstly, it enhances data trustworthiness and reliability by providing visibility into the origin and transformations of data, enabling users to understand and verify the data's accuracy and validity. Secondly, data lineage supports regulatory compliance and data governance efforts by enabling organizations to track and audit the lineage of sensitive or regulated data, ensuring data integrity and accountability. Additionally, data lineage facilitates data troubleshooting and root cause analysis, as it allows organizations to trace and identify issues or anomalies in the data flow. Moreover, data lineage aids in impact analysis, change management, and understanding the dependencies and impacts of data changes, supporting decision-making and reducing risks associated with data transformations. Overall, tracking data lineage improves data quality, transparency, and the efficiency of data management processes.
Yes, Secoda has an API for our docs, collections, lineage, dictionary, catalog and questions. The API can be accessed on our Business and Enterprise plans.
Yes, Secoda has the ability to connect with tools like Okta and Active Directory to manage your permissions from your RBAC tools. This way, you can confidently share Secoda knowing that the right people are seeing the right information.
Secoda integrations with Snowflake, Big Query, Redshift, Databricks, Postgres, Oracle, Microsoft SQL, MySQL and S3. For more information about our integration, you can visit our integration docs.
Secoda integrations with Tableau, Looker, Metabase, Redash, Mode, Sigma, Power BI and Google Data Studio. For more information about our integration, you can visit our integration docs.
Yes, Secoda works with both dbt Cloud and Core. Secoda is able to take the information from your YAML file and present it in your data discovery platform. In addition, Secoda also brings in dbt tests, tags, metrics and column level lineage into Secoda.
Secoda automates column and table level data lineage. In additional, Secoda also brings in tests, events and ETL into data lineage. All of Secoda's lineage is automated, but users can also manually contribute to lineage using Secoda's API.
Secoda does not have data monitoring or quality features built into the native integrations. Although Secoda doesn't have monitoring built natively, tools like great expectations and dbt tests can be brought into Secoda to manage data monitoring within the lineage UI.
Yes, Secoda integrates with Git and provides a version control for all changes made in Secoda in Git. This allows data teams to have a version of all metadata changes in Github or Gitlab and roll back changes if needed. In addition, data teams are able to merge changes to a metadata and review changes to their workspace in Git using Secoda.
Secoda does not pull in your data. Instead, Secoda pulls in metadata about your data. For a majority of the integrations connected to Secoda, this means Secoda pulls in resource names, popularity, lineage, queries, descriptions and frequent usage. For more information about our integration, you can visit our integration docs.