Monitoring Data Against Rules

After all the hard work prioritizing and collecting data quality rules, monitoring starts to provide the desired payoff.

Monitoring is about organizing the rules you have developed into a set of reports and dashboards that help an organization take action.

Until this point, you have probably only seen your data quality rules in action against test data. This is the point where you will finally judge your data against the rules that you have established and you will see for the first time where the gaps are.

This can bring up conflicted feelings. As a data quality professional, you are hoping that there will be gaps in the data identified by the rules. If you do all this hard work and then find there are few or ...

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