Make your data work for you
Go from first login to first test result in minutes, with GX Cloud’s friendly UI and intuitive Expectations as the heart of building trust in your data, now. With built-in data exploration features, tools to generate pre-configured Expectations, and integration with top orchestrators, you can quickly deploy broad coverage of meaningful data quality checks.
Unify technical teams
Spend more time solving problems and less lost in translation: everyone’s on the same page with the unifying processes of GX Cloud and its Expectations. It’s easy to find tests created by other team members and—since everyone’s using the same language and approach—to understand them without the overhead of explanatory meetings or poring over other peoples’ code.
Build technical + business harmony
Readable, plain-language test names and results, along with clear workflows in GX Cloud’s friendly UI, make it easy for stakeholders to participate meaningfully—and independently—in data quality. Stakeholders can navigate and contribute to GX Cloud without having to write a single line of code, and view results using business-friendly visualizations. With empowered stakeholders, you gain the foundation for a widespread, long-lasting data quality culture.
Improve your outcomes
When data’s at the center of everything, you need to be confident you’re getting real value out of it. Use GX Cloud to proactively make sure your data’s fit for purpose and prevent application and dashboard downtime, underinformed or misinformed decision-making, and other undesirable outcomes. The language of Expectations is comprehensible across team boundaries and for users of both upstream and downstream systems.
GX Cloud runs in line with the security and compliance protocols you already have: all the data you test stays on your systems. On top of in-place data processing, GX Cloud offers comprehensive security controls like role-based access management, end-to-end encryption, and more. Learn more about GX Cloud’s security controls and features.
Yes! GX Cloud is designed to be quick and easy for new users to set up.
GX Cloud is built on top of GX OSS, so they have the same power in terms of data quality capabilities.
GX Cloud is the right choice for most people: as SaaS, it has extra features that help users set up faster by taking care of storage, user management, and hosting of Validation Results. GX Cloud also allows for more intense collaboration workflows around data quality, and particularly collaboration with nontechnical stakeholders with its UI. In addition to working with Data Assets and Expectations in the UI, you can also see enhanced visualizations, historical data, and Expectation changelogs.
GX OSS is the best option when you need to BYOdB, have esoteric infrastructure requirements like air gap, or just can’t use cloud-hosted SaaS.
GX Cloud only stores metadata about your test results, never the actual data under test. This metadata is encrypted at rest using AES-256 and in transit using TLS 1.2. We also enforce tenant isolation both in the application and in the database via Postgres Row Level Security (RLS) rules.
For users, GX Cloud provides user management and RBAC functionality to allow user access to organizations. Within an organization, all users can see the GX objects and associated Validation Results.
Additionally, GX as an organization has obtained our SOC 2 Type II certification; you can see details in the GX trust center.
No. GX Cloud can see the data in the tables you connect it to, but compute, including the direct connection to Data Sources and the processing of Validations, happens within your environment. GX Cloud does not pull the data under test into the application, and GX as an organization cannot see the data in your tables at any point.
GX Cloud only stores the test results and metadata needed to display your Validation Results and Data Docs. This metadata is entirely configurable, so you can specify what metadata GX Cloud is or isn’t allowed to retain.
Yes. GX Cloud is built on GX OSS—OSS is the core of everything we do, and we’re committed to maintaining, developing, and improving it for the long haul. In fact, we’re in the middle of a major effort to improve it, in the form of GX 1.0.
Through public preview, GX Cloud is free to use; during public preview, we will reveal our paid tier pricing. GX OSS, as it is now, will always be free.
Overall, we expect GX Cloud’s pricing to be very competitive relative to similar SaaS and data quality products. We’re currently conducting further research to identify the structure that will deliver the most value for our users, and we will release paid tier pricing once this research is complete.
If you’re interested in a paid deployment and are willing to talk with us about your needs, scale, and what your budgets look like, please contact email@example.com.
Public preview is an intermediate step between the Beta program and making GX Cloud generally available: it allows us to gather broader feedback on GX from a wider variety of use cases.
During public preview, GX Cloud is open to our community. You can create a GX Cloud account and start using it with Snowflake or Postgres in minutes, completely self-service.