Governance Action Service
A governance action service is a specialized connector that performs monitoring of metadata changes, validation of metadata, triage of issues, assessment and/or remediation activities on request.
There are five types of governance action services:
Verification Governance Action Service validates that the metadata elements, relationships and classification are set up as they should be. For example, it may check that a new asset has an owner, is set up with zones and includes a connection and a schema there possible. It produces guards that define what needs to be done.
Triage Governance Action Service runs triage rules to determine how to manage a situation or request. Often this involves a human decision maker. It may initiate an external workflow, wait for manual decision or create a To Do for a specific person.
Remediation Governance Action Service makes updates to metadata elements, relationships between them and classifications. Examples of remediation governance action services are duplicate linking and consolidating.
Provisioning Governance Action Service invokes a provisioning service whenever a provisioning request is made. Typically the provisioning service is an external service. It may also create lineage metadata to describe the work of the provisioning engine.
- Return the Governance Action Framework Overview
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