Reduce Analytic Errors to Virtually Zero
Business customers will only adopt analytics they trust. The DataKitchen DataOps Platform enables you to add automated tests to every step in your development and production pipelines – so you catch costly and embarrassing errors before your customers do. Now you can spend less time worrying about what went wrong, and earn respect and appreciation for everything that goes right.
The DataKitchen Platform enables our team to easily bake new tests into our pipelines as we learn more over time. When we first implemented DataOps, we reduced errors to just about one per quarter. We kept adding tests over time and now it has been several years since we’ve had any major glitch. This has dramatically increased the efficiency of our team and the confidence of our end stakeholders in the data.
Director of Commercial Insights, Amgen (formerly Celgene)
Eliminate Production Errors
Embed any number of tests directly within each and every step of your production pipeline, from data access to value delivery. Every failure or anomaly encountered is an opportunity to create an additional test and increase the robustness of your pipelines over time.
Deploy Error-Free Analytics
Easily add a wide breadth of tests to your development pipelines to build confidence in the quality of the assets you deploy. Promote code validation tests from the analytics development phase into production to verify data operations.
Set Customizable Alerts
Alerts and notifications increase agility and reduce downtime. The DataKitchen Platform allows you to fine-tune who receives an alert, and when. Alerts can be configured to be sent via email or by way of integration with popular collaboration platforms like Slack and Microsoft Teams.
Democratize Data Quality Efforts
Any team member can add tests, regardless of tool preference or technical ability. The DataKitchen Platform’s standardized interface allows users to create tests in their tool of choice, or within the Platform to span multiple tools. Technical users can create data flow tests, while business stakeholders can apply business logic tests, among many others.