Follow the steps here, prepare your docker container of griffin, and get your webUI ready.
Click “Data Assets” at the top right corner, to watch all the exist data assets.
In docker, we've prepared two data asset in Hive, through this page, you can see all the table metadata in Hive.
Click “Measures” button at the top left corner to watch all the measures here, and you can also create a new DQ measurement by following steps.
Now you've created a new DQ measurement, the measurement needs to be scheduled to run in the docker container. Click “Jobs” button to watch all the jobs here, at current there is no job, you need to create a new one. Click “Create Job” button at the top left corner, fill out all the blocks as below.
"Source Partition": YYYYMMdd-HH "Target Partition": YYYYMMdd-HH "Measure Name": <choose the measure you just created> "Start After(s)": 0 "Interval": 300
The source and target partition means the partition pattern of the demo data, which is based on timestamp, “Start After(s)” means the job will start after n seconds, “Interval” is the interval of job, the unit is second. In the example above, the job will run every 5 minutes.
Wait for about 1 minute, after the calculation, results would be published to web UI, then you can watch the dashboard by clicking “DQ Metrics” at the top right corner.