Our team at Shipyard is excited to announce another new set of native low-code Blueprints. Following our release of Tableau earlier in the week, we have added a second BI tool to use in your Fleets.
Introducing Native Domo Blueprints
We are happy to announce that Shipyard now has 3 low-code Blueprints for Domo. The combination of Shipyard and Domo allows your team to be confident in the full orchestration process from the extraction of raw data to the refreshing of the Dataset in Domo.
By providing your Domo credentials, you can mix and match Blueprints to:
Refreshing Without Guessing Games
Traditionally, there has been a gap between the data engineering team and the analyst team. Analysts want to make sure that they have the freshest data for their stakeholders, but they are not the ones who are managing the processes upstream. Data Engineers want their clean data to get into the BI tool for the analyst. However, they do not want to manually refresh the data after their process is complete or schedule a refresh based on guessing when their process is generally complete. This can lead to the refresh happening before the rest of the orchestration is complete, which leads to errors or incomplete refreshes.
Avoid Refreshing Bad Data
Shipyard will also prevent Domo from starting the refresh process if an error occurs upstream. This can protect your stakeholders from getting bad data or breaking an entire Card. If an upstream error happens, you can schedule an automated alert to go out through Slack or email, which will inform your team while you fix the issue.
Quickly Share Refreshed Cards
With the new Check Refresh Status and Download Card Blueprints, Shipyard allows you to download a card the moment that the data refresh is completed. Once the card is downloaded, you can share it with your stakeholders with Slack or email. You can even upload the Card to cloud data storage (S3, GCS, Box) to have a snapshot after every refresh. Your stakeholders can be sure that their Domo Cards are always up to date when you use Shipyard.
Automate Alerts to your Stakeholders
BI tools are great for creating dashboards and doing analytics. However, it can be difficult for your stakeholders to know what is happening in the orchestration process. Shipyard allows you to automate alerts to go out to your stakeholders. Here are some examples of those automated alerts:
- Send an email notification to stakeholders when an upstream process fails causing a delay for the Domo refresh.
- Send Slack alerts to your analysts when a Domo refresh is complete allowing them to know exactly when data is ready for them.
- Notify your stakeholders when their daily snapshots are ready for them to view in S3 with an email.
Get Started Today
Domo Blueprints are now available to all users and can be tested with any account. Sign up for our free Developer Plan to start automating your data orchestration process with Domo.
We're looking forward to seeing how users will take advantage of this functionality to quickly launch, monitor, and share data pipelines!
Shipyard is a modern data orchestration platform for data engineers to easily connect tools, automate workflows, and build a solid data infrastructure from day one.
Shipyard offers low-code templates that are configured using a visual interface, replacing the need to write code to build data workflows while enabling data engineers to get their work into production faster. If a solution can’t be built with existing templates, engineers can always automate scripts in the language of their choice to bring any internal or external process into their workflows.
The Shipyard team has built data products for some of the largest brands in business and deeply understands the problems that come with scale. Observability and alerting are built into the Shipyard platform, ensuring that breakages are identified before being discovered downstream by business teams.
With a high level of concurrency and end-to-end encryption, Shipyard enables data teams to accomplish more without relying on other teams or worrying about infrastructure challenges, while also ensuring that business teams trust the data made available to them.