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Frequently Asked Questions

Rudol supports a variety of data providers including MySQL, PostgreSQL, BigQuery, Redshift, Snowflake, and more. We're also constantly expanding the list of supported data sources. You can check all available Integrations here.

Rudol takes data security seriously. Your data source access credentials are securely stored using enterprise-grade encryption. All data validations happen within your infrastructure, meaning your data never leaves your database or warehouse. Communications with Rudol can be managed through a whitelisted public IP address for additional network-level security. Learn more about Security.

Absolutely! Rudol integrates with popular communication tools like Slack or Microsoft Teams. These integrations allow you to receive real-time notifications and updates about your data health directly within your preferred communication platforms. Learn more about workflow integrations.

Rudol's main focus is enabling data quality for every member of the organization. It provides tools to understand inconsistencies, validate business rules, and detect volume or delay problems using no-code, easy-to-configure validation rules. Additionally, Rudol ensures that team members can access any data source and monitor its evolution over time.

We know that professionals in data-driven organizations use data every day to do their jobs so they have to be part of data quality. Rudol's no-code, easy-to-configure validation rules make it accessible to team members of all skill levels.

Yes, you can start using Rudol for free with a sample Datasource. You can also book a demo to see how it can work for your organization.

Rudol does not directly pull your data; instead, it gathers metadata related to your data, like resource names, data types, lineage, queries, description, and frequent usage information. This way, when using the Catalog, your data never leaves your premises. Learn more about connector integrations.