Definition of Data Lineage 

What does is it mean and how is it used

What is Data Lineage? 

Data lineage is defined as a type of data life cycle that includes the data’s origins and where it moves over time. This term can also describe what happens to data as it goes through diverse processes.

Why use Data Lineage?

Understanding Data Lineage can help you gain a more complete understanding of how data is being utilized across your infrastructure.

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