(Beta) Introduction to the Data Quality page

This feature is at the Beta stage. It is only available to Adverity customers who are participating in the Beta testing.

The Data Quality page is where you can see an overview of your data monitors.

A data monitor is an automated data quality check that is performed each time you fetch data. With data monitors, you can find anomalies in your data more easily.

For more information about data monitors, see Monitoring the quality of your data.

Universal monitors

The first table in the middle of the Data Quality page contains important information about your monitors in the following columns:

  • Name - the name of this monitor

  • Assigned to - the datastreams to which this monitor is assigned

  • Status - the status of the monitor

  • Severity - the severity of the issues triggered by the monitor

Custom monitors

To create a new custom monitor, click + Add custom monitor in the top-right corner of the Data Quality page. For more information, see Working with custom monitors.

  1. Use these filters to view your custom monitors according to different properties. See below for more information about these filters.

  2. Click here to search for a custom monitor by Name.

  3. Click here for more options. The options available here depend on your role and permissions. For more information, see Managing user permissions.

The second table in the middle of the Data Quality page contains important information about your monitors in the following columns:

  • Name - the name of this custom monitor

  • Assigned to - the number of datastreams to which this custom monitor is assigned

  • Workspace - the workspace in which this custom monitor was created

  • Severity - the severity of the issues triggered by the custom monitor

The filters above the table allow you to view specific monitors in the table. You can apply more than one filter at the same time to view specific monitors:

  • Workspace - displays all custom monitors that were created in the selected workspace

  • Severity - displays all custom monitors raising an issue of the selected severity type

You can also use the search bar to search for monitors by the Name column in the table. You can use the search function with or without filters applied.

Click Select an action in a specific monitor's row in the table to perform additional actions with this monitor. The actions you can perform are:

  • Delete monitor - allows you to delete this monitor