As described in the README of the project, Redata is aimed at monitoring
the data in your database, rather than the database itself:"Monitoring
system for data teams. Computing health checks on data (via Airflow
jobs), visualizing them over time, and...
Hello,I'm curious about if Exasol keeps track of any interesting
metadata about column values, in a way that one could access through
system tables for example.. Eg. current min/max values, NULL value
counts, or anything similar?I'm working on an Exa...
Happy New Year! 🙂So without knowing exactly how your XML import is set
up.. Wouldn't you be able to just have an identity column on the table
you import into, that will implicitly have increasing numbers
automatically generated, and then sort by tha...
Yeah, I suspected as much!I'm also in need of min/max/avg values over a
few different time periods, which of course wouldn't be possible to
derive from total column statistics.. My best bet is probably to try and
optimize the way Redata queries for t...
Thanks @PeterK, that looks interesting!I guess it would be a bit risky
to use, as you say.. but on the other hand, I could test for
"compliance" on startup, and use the table if it works as expected with
the connected Exasol database. Then there's th...
One of my colleages tipped me off about dbt, it seems like a great tool
and I look forward to playing around with it!Torsten, what has your
experience been so far? Any particular things to keep in mind for Exasol