Redshift and dbt Improvements
We now intelligently use different Redshift table metadata to ensure we are referencing accurate metadata without incurring more load on the warehouse. Additionally, we added more resiliency when making requests to the dbt API.
Data Observability on the Cloudcast Podcast
On the Cloudcast Podcast, Kevin talks about the concepts behind Data Observability and the challenges facing Data Engineers.
Email Alerts With Instant Model Feedback
Metaplane now supports flexible email destinations for alerting. You can send alerts for specific databases, schemas, tables, and columns to multiple email...
Metaplane can now route certain alerts to PagerDuty so you can ensure your team is alerted when critical parts of your data stack are broken.
We’re excited to share our new rules based alerting system so every team can receive the most relevant alerts where they live.
Sometimes data changes - upstream sources can produce new data that may look anomalous, but actually represent a new normal.
With one click, you can now easily reset test start dates to make sure you are incorporating data from a specific time period. This is helpful for min/max tests or tests on entities that have large changes such as a data backfill.
Metaplane is the first data observability tool to integrate with Metabase. You can now understand how your Metabase assets are used and assess the downstream impact of data quality issues by using our automated column-to-Metabase-card lineage.
How to Maximize the Value of your Metadata
Data teams are often extracting, transforming, and loading data for other teams. But what data does the data team use to help them understand their own systems and make decisions? Enter metadata.
Super Data Science Podcast
Metaplane’s CEO, Kevin Hu, chatted with Jon Krohn on the Super Data Science Podcast to chat about data observability and Kevin’s experience at Y Combinator and MIT.
You can now see how long each test took to run by hovering over an observation on the test page.