Metaplane provides a flexible means of routing alerts based on rules such as the type of alert as well as the alert's content. For example, you can send alerts for a specific database, schema, table, column, tag, or custom monitor to the teams that own those various assets.
In the example above, the #analytics-alerts channel is configured to only get alerted of schema changes and incidents related to analytics assets while #data-awareness is notified of broader alerts.
Once you've added an alert destination, you can then configure rules that describe how you'd like for Metaplane alerts to get routed.
There are 2 types of alerts:
- Incident alerts
- Schema change alerts
Incident alerts are sent when Metaplane has detected data quality issues.
To configure rules for this type of alert click the "+ Add incident rule" button.
You can then configure the rule, e.g., send alerts to this destination for an entire schema or dbt project.
Schema change alerts are sent when Metaplane has detected a schema change. Schema changes are automatically detected for all objects in your connected warehouse(s).
Go to the Configuring schema change alerts docs to learn more.
Updated 4 months ago