Hi there – just a few days ago, we instantiated and deployed redash (self-hosted) to our 150 person company. It’s enormously helpful. Self-service is real, and people are sending each other URLs to queries and data sets. Jumping through IT/Infra hoops to get a SQL account and VPN and ssh tunnels are now things of the past.
We have a new problem with knowledge management. The data science team has a git repo where we have standardized and version controlled SQL. Now, we have a proliferation of increasingly entropic SQL inside redash. The query objects are mushrooming and will become impossible to curate.
It would be amazing if we had a way to link to our git instance (we are GH enterprise users). If we can vacuum in our SQL repo, even if read-only, with a trace URL of where it comes from, that will make things better. Future – make it so a PR gets optionally generated if the original SQL is modified (in redash there are 2 uses, a scratch throwaway space and an “official” scenario where we want to version control SQL).
We don’t need Looker-style “LookML” if can interface with Git.
Thank you and keep up the good work.