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Integrating Your Applications with Stemma: What We Need from You

Estimated reading: 2 minutes

What we need to get you up and running depends on the applications you will be integrating with Stemma, but in general you will need to provide the information and do the tasks for Slack, SSO, and your dashboard and storage applications.

Instructions are on the following pages.

Information Stemma Extracts Automatically

This page shows what information you can expect to see in Stemma after you have integrated all of your applications.

Does Stemma Read My Data?

In general, Stemma reads metadata (queries, who ran them, names of columns or charts, etc.), not the data itself.

  • For dashboards, Stemma reads only metadata and doesn’t have access to numbers, or read charts or reports within the BI tool.
  • For tables the same is true, with one exception: if you choose to use the column statistics feature, Stemma reads the data to obtain that information.

For more information:

Next Step

Once you have integrated your applications into Stemma and everything is tested and working, you need to plan the rollout to your users.