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NodeGraph Help

This site provides guidance for administrators and users of BI tools who are deploying, configuring, and using NodeGraph.

How does NodeGraph work?

NodeGraph is a tool that extracts information from different data systems and links their information and usage between those systems to get a complete understanding of what is in there. NodeGraph automatically gathers metadata and lineage information from each targeted system.

Considerations when deploying NodeGraph

Nodegraph design principles and environmental considerations should be factored into the configuration of containers and rules setup.

NodeGraph connectors (legacy)

Connectors are purpose-built tools designed to extract metadata and resources inside BI and RDBMS technologies. Think of them as pipes through which NodeGraph can be populated with information.

Installation and setup

Preparing your environment for NodeGraph

Learn about general, system, software, hardware, and connector-specific requirements here. See communication and port settings and a sample NodeGraph configuration.

Installing NodeGraph

Stage through a NodeGraph installation with screen by screen images of the installer.

Managing the NodeGraph service

Configuring and troubleshooting the NodeGraph service

A set of configurations that may be of interest regarding the NodeGraph service.

A simple configuration

This topic aims to educate about the core concepts inside NodeGraph and how to perform a basic set up.

Using NodeGraph

Usage and settings

Explore many configurable options around visualizing your BI landscape or database environment like how to design containers, categories, and adding rules for connectors.

Data Catalog

Search for assets and investigate your data with catalog. Data steward allows you to combine search words with filters to pinpoint specific nodes.

Role management

Define roles and access to specific asset types for NodeGraph users.

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