Getting started

Launch data observability with decube, with no code.
Take this 5 minutes to learn how to get started.

1. Create an account.

If you don't have a account yet, you can sign up for one here. We provide a free trial for new organizations, no strings attached!
We'll send you a verification link in an email that will bring you to the next step. If you have not received the email, please send us a message at [email protected].

2. Connect your data source.

Connecting your first data source when you start with an account is compulsory. Each data source may have different prerequisites or configurations to be made; so we've prepared a guide on How to connect data sources for each data source that you'd like to add.
Onboarding your data source with no code.
Connection to your data source should take a few minutes depending on the volume of your data. Once your data source has been connected, you can then navigate to the My Dashboard page.
You might notice that your Dashboard is empty upon the first connection. You will need to configure your tables and set thresholds before incidents are triggered to show up on the Dashboard.

3. Configure your monitors.

You can now set up your table configuration and add your field monitors. Click on Catalog in your left sidebar and access any data asset. You will need to select the Frequency and Metric Time for each of your tables. You can also set up monitors for each table and field within the Monitors tab.
Learn more about setting up your table monitors here.

4. Configure your alerts.

Once your data source has been connected, you can then navigate to the My Account page. Under the Configure Alerts tab, you can then set up where you'd like the incident alerts to be sent.
More information on how to set up alerts can be found here.
Set up your alerts in the My Account page.

5. You're ready!

Our machine-learning model will take a few hours to learn from your metadata and set up thresholds before it sends your first incident alert to your preferred notification channel. Here's other features you can explore within decube in the meantime: