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automatically send delete notifications for content that has been deleted from a data source
The data platform needs to provide support to automatically send delete notifications for content that has been deleted from a data source since the last time that data was sent and ingested into Discovery.
Add an auto catalog option for assets at the end of a flow
When building a flow I am typically ending up with data being added to a source somewhere. I need to remember to manually go and add this asset to the catalog should I want it to be shared more broadly. Our message is that we make it easy to provi...
We need to provide a connector for Teradata to allow these sources to be connected to and cataloged. This has come in from 2 clients, a healthcare provide in Egypt and a telecoms provider in the UK. This is a big cap in our connectors from what I ...
Should make it easy to create references not only to connections, or individual assets (file, table, doc, etc). So including the notion of directory, containers, schemas, etc.
While the individual file or table is useful, more often than not there use cases where their are a set of tables, docs, objects that are related and dependent. It would be very useful to keep that organizational structure and be able to catalog, ...
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