Google Cloud Storage to Collibra Integration
This application is designed to retrieve, map and ingest metadata from a Google Cloud Storage instance into Collibra DGC using the Collibra DGC Connector.
To achieve this we need to transform the inbound source Buckets, Directories and Files from a specific Project in Google Cloud Storage into objects that the Collibra Data Dictionary will recognise.
The Google Cloud Storage Integration serves the following use cases (among others):
- Increased trust and data citizen engagement around data streams that pass through, are collected by or are produced in Google Cloud Storage.
- Enhanced data lineage diagrams, data dictionaries and business glossaries. In many cases data is captured, transformed and sourced from Google Cloud Storage with little documentation.
- The data centre can track changes in Google Cloud Storage metadata in order to plan and engage with relevant business process owners accordingly.
Initial release. Main features:
- Upserts metadata from Google Cloud Storage to Collibra DGC
- Collibra DGC 5.3.2
- Collibra DGC connector 1.4.1
- Java Runtime Environment 1.8
- Mule ESB 3.8.5
- Anypoint Studio 6.4.4
- Google API Client Libraries for Java 1.24.1
- Collibra Catalog or Data Dictionary
- Collibra Connect
- Google API Client Libraries for Java
- Google Cloud Storage
No previous versions of this listing is available.
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