Audience: Data Owners
Content Summary: A data source is how Data Owners expose their data across their organization to other users. When Data Owners expose their data sources, they are not copying the data. Instead, the data source is an abstraction of data existing in a remote data storage technology.
This section of documentation outlines the various storage technologies supported by Immuta and includes instructions for connecting query-backed and object-backed storage technologies, custom handlers, and other storage technologies that require special configuration.
Details about the concepts and best practices for these storage technologies can be found in their corresponding overviews and guides in the left navigation panel or by clicking the links below.
- Query-backed and Object-backed Data Sources: These guides provide general instructions for connecting data sources to Immuta.
- Storage Technology Configuration Guides: These guides outline instructions for connecting specific storage technologies that require special configuration when creating a data source.
- Custom Handlers: These guides detail how to hook Immuta data sources into your own custom handler solutions.