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A data source is how data owners expose their data across their organization to other Immuta users. Throughout this process, the data is not copied. Instead, Immuta uses metadata from the data source to determine how to expose the data. An Immuta data source is a virtual representation of data that exists in a remote data platform.

This section includes reference and how-to guides for registering and managing data sources.

Data sources in Immuta

This reference guide describes Immuta data sources and their major components.

Register data sources

These how-to guides illustrate how to register data in Immuta.

Data source settings

The guides in this section illustrate how to manage and edit data sources and data dictionaries.

Domains

The reference and how-to guides in this section describe domains and how to create and manage them for your organization.

Schema monitoring

The reference and how-to guides in this section describe schema monitoring and illustrate how to configure it for your integration.