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Google Cloud Data Catalog Bidirectional Collibra Integration

Published by: Collibra Marketplace
Latest version: 2.0.5
Released: May 10, 2022
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Overview

The Google Cloud Data Catalog is Google Cloud’s centralized, serverless, and highly scalable data discovery and metadata management service. This means that with it, you can build and manage an optimized index to search your data assets.

This bi-directional integration can perform two types of synchronizations:

Google Cloud Platform to Collibra Platform
By integrating the GCP Data Catalog into your Collibra Platform instance, you will be able to retrieve metadata for your GCP schemas, views, tables, files, streams, and spreadsheets quickly and efficiently. It will then transform the metadata into assets and upsert it to Collibra.

It is easy to track all changes in GCP as Collibra keeps a record of them. When schemas, columns, tables, tag templates, tags, and data attributes are removed from the GCP Data Catalog, they are preserved in Collibra and marked as ‘obsolete’. In contrast, all assets that are still active in GCP will be marked as ‘candidate’ in Collibra.

Collibra Platform to Google Cloud Platform
This direction helps you gather the Tag Field modified attributes from the Collibra Cloud Platform, which will perform an update on the Google Cloud Platform Data Catalog. One can choose to update all tag fields of every tag template inside a GCP project or update all tag fields of a specific tag template.

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Release Notes
  • Updated Spring Boot Starter dependency to v2.5.12
  • Updated the Spring Boot Integration Library dependency version in the pom.xml file to v1.1.5
Compatibility
  • Spring Boot Library
  • Eclipse IDE
  • Collibra Cloud
  • Collibra 5.7.5 and newer
Dependency
  • Java Runtime Environment 1.8
  • Spring Boot Integration Library
  • Google Cloud Data Catalog
License and Usage Requirements
  • Collibra Catalog

Release History

Version 2.0.4
March 18, 2022
Release Notes

Updated the Spring Boot Integration Library dependency version in the pom.xml file to v1.1.3 that supports the latest Collibra Platform versions (v2022.01+).

Compatibility
  • Spring Boot Library
  • Eclipse IDE
  • Collibra Cloud
  • Collibra 5.7.5 and newer
Dependency
  • Java Runtime Environment 1.8
  • Spring Boot Integration Library
  • Google Cloud Data Catalog
License and Usage Requirements
  • Collibra Catalog
Version 2.0.3
January 6, 2022
Release Notes

Updated properties for start class and Integration library version.

Compatibility
  • Spring Boot Framework
  • Eclipse IDE
  • Collibra Cloud
  • Collibra 5.7.5 and newer
Dependency
  • Java Runtime Environment 1.8
  • Spring Boot Integration Library
  • Google Cloud Data Catalog
License and Usage Requirements
  • Collibra Catalog
Version 2.0.2
December 22, 2021
Release Notes

Updated the Log4j version from 2.16 to 2.17 due to vulnerabilities.

Compatibility
  • Spring Boot Framework
  • Eclipse IDE
  • Collibra Cloud
  • Collibra 5.7.5 and newer
Dependency
  • Java Runtime Environment 1.8
  • Spring Boot Integration Library
  • Google Cloud Data Catalog
License and Usage Requirements
  • Collibra Catalog
Version 2.0.1
December 16, 2021
Release Notes

Updated logger log4j2 dependency to Apache log4j2 version 2.16.0.

Compatibility
  • Spring Boot Framework
  • Eclipse IDE
  • Collibra Cloud
  • Collibra 5.7.5 and newer
Dependency
  • Java Runtime Environment 1.8
  • Spring Boot Integration Library
  • Collibra Platform v2021+
  • Google Cloud Data Catalog
License and Usage Requirements
  • Collibra Catalog
Version 2.0.0
November 24, 2021
Release Notes
  • Bi-directional functionality
  • Restricted the previous Integration both logic and form of version 1.0.1
  • Backward compatibility with previous releases
  • Created additional synchronised direction from Collibra to GCP
  • Added 2 synchronisation options:

– Synchronise all tag fields within 1 specific template in 1 location
– Synchronise all tag fields on all templates in all locations within the same project

Compatibility
  • Spring Boot Framework
  • Eclipse IDE
  • Collibra Cloud
  • Collibra 5.7.5 and newer
Dependency
  • Java Runtime Environment 1.8
  • Spring Boot Integration Library
  • Collibra Platform v2021+
  • Google Cloud Data Catalog
License and Usage Requirements
  • Collibra Catalog
Version 1.0.1
August 24, 2021
Release Notes
  • Added note regarding using an external KeyStore file
  • Updated the log4j2.xml file to include the Collibra logger
  • Updated the GCPDataCatalogService variables initialization
Compatibility
  • Spring Boot Framework
  • Eclipse IDE
  • Collibra Cloud
  • Collibra 5.7.5 and newer
Dependency
  • Java Runtime Environment 8
  • Spring Boot Framework
License and Usage Requirements
  • N/A
Version 1.0.0
August 5, 2021
Release Notes

Initial release:

Spring Boot integration that retrieves metadata from Google Cloud Data Catalog, transforms it and upserts it as assets on the Collibra Platform instance.

Compatibility
  • Spring Boot Framework 2.5.0
  • Eclipse IDE
  • Collibra Cloud
  • Collibra 5.7.5 and newer
Dependency
  • Java Runtime Environment 8
  • Spring Boot Framework 2.5.0
License and Usage Requirements
  • N/A

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