When you rely on data to make operational decisions, it is critical that you know when the data is reliable and that end users know when they can rely on the data to make decisions. You can now set up continuous data quality monitoring of time series. Follow the steps in our step-by-step guide to get started with data quality monitoring.
To link a CDF group to a group in an Identity Provider (IdP) system, enter the Source ID and the Source name for the IdP group. The members of the linked IdP group will automatically become members of the CDP group.
Manage data in RAW storage through a new RAW explorer. Access it by selecting Integrations in the left hand bar and then selecting RAW explorer.
Often, customers choose to mirror data from a source system in tables and databases in RAW, because it decouples extraction operations from transformation operations. Only authorized users can view and manage data in RAW storage.
Configure your Operation Support application to work for your assets. Navigate to the application configuration by selecting Applications in the left hand bar and then selecting Operation Support. Only authorized users can view and edit the application configuration.
Limit access to specific databases or tables in the Cognite Data Fusion Raw storage, by specifying a scope in group creation in Identity and Access Management.
See which groups may be connected to a group in your own Identity Provider. The warning message shows up if a group has a sourceId set in CDF. If the sourceId is the same as the ID of a corresponding group in your own Identity Provider, then the two groups are linked.
Hover over the project name to see and copy the CDF ID for your project.
Hover over your name to see which email address you have used to log in.
By default, items in Data Sets are now sorted alphabetically.