22 October 2021 by Kevin Mellott
Northwestern Mutual is building an Enterprise Data Platform. In this guest blog, learn about the experiences and decisions that led them to embrace the OpenLineage and Marquez communities.
21 September 2021 by Ross Turk
Each time dbt runs, it generates a trove of metadata about datasets and the work it performs with them. In this post, I’d like to show you how to harvest this metadata and put it to good use.
03 September 2021 by Julien Le Dem
We are pleased to announce the initial release of OpenLineage. This release includes the core specification, data model, clients, and integrations with common data tools.
12 August 2021 by Michael Collado
Good data is paramount to making good decisions- but how can you trust the quality of your data and its dependencies?
27 July 2021 by Julien Le Dem
Facets are a self-contained definition of one aspect of a job, dataset, or run at the time the event happened. They make the OpenLineage model extensible.
22 July 2021 by Julien Le Dem
Becoming a LF AI & Data project ensures that OpenLineage can never belong to a company, or even a group of developers; it belongs to us all.
08 July 2021 by Michael Collado
Taking advantage of recent changes to the Marquez API, this post shows how to diagnose job failures and explore the impact of code changes on downstream dependents.
30 June 2021 by Willy Lulciuc
In this blog post, we'll discuss how lineage metadata can be used to automatically backfill DAGs with complex upstream and downstream dependencies.
20 June 2021 by Julien Le Dem
The data world and the service world have many similarities but also a few crucial differences.