Cinchy’s Autonomous Data Fabric technology introduces an entirely new way for an increasingly diverse set of end-users (employees, customers, and partners) to manage their data. The technology was created on the belief that there should be an easier way for people, systems, and AI/ML to collaborate in a secure manner across the enterprise. In the traditional technology paradigm, the only way for users to interact with data is through the ‘application experience’ which is rigid, limiting, and limits our interactions to the data that 'lives' within the app. There are two types of individuals that use the platform. The first is ‘Builders’ who are really the creators of the Data Fabric. Builders are responsible for building out the organization's Fabric including table schemas, establishing access controls, and building application experiences for end-users. The second are end-users who are able to view and manage all data that they have been granted access through Cinchy’s Universal Data Browser.
Cinchy’s Autonomous Data Fabric platform features a Universal Data Browser that allows users to view, change, analyze, and otherwise interact with all data on the Fabric. The Data Browser even enables non-technical business users to manage and update data, build models, and set controls, all through an easy and intuitive UI.
Data on the Fabric is protected by cellular-level access controls, data-driven entitlements, and superior data governance. This means that users can only view, edit, or operationalize data that has been granted access to from the data owner.
All data is automatically version-controlled and can easily be reverted to previous states with the proper permissions. On all data tables, you can see changes made by users, systems, or external applications through Data Synchronization or by using a Collaboration Log.
Users can easily access and run saved queries that are available to them through the Data Marketplace. All queries respect Universal Access Controls meaning you will only see the data that you have access to.
Users can also access all accessible tables, queries, and applets through the Cinchy Marketplace. Here you can also order tiles and bookmark favourites.
Users can also experience data on the Fabric through custom application experiences that are created by Builders on the platform. All application experiences also respect Universal Access Controls meaning you will only be able to see the data you have been granted access.