Automated Pipelines that keeps up with your teams
Rows at Rest
Rows at rest is the total number of rows in the data source.
|Start by totalling rows at rest from all data sources you would like to integrate.||1M|
Update rate is the percent of primary keys in the source that are updated or added at least once in a single month.
|Estimate the percent your data changes on a monthly basis. This is generally 10-20% of rows at rest.||10%|
Monthly Active Rows
Monthly active rows are the basis of Fivetran pricing and defined as the number of distinct primary keys synced during a monthly period.
|This will give you your total monthly active rows which are converted to credits in the Fivetran consumption table.||100K|
Multiple Updates to a Row
A single row, defined by a unique primary key, can be updated multiple times in a single month.
|Rows will undergo updates several times over the course of a month. Each update counts as a synced row.||5x|
Waste happens when a primary key that wasn't actually updated is synced (e.g. when your replicate a table using snapshots).
|Capturing updates is hard and many often resort to a snapshot approach, syncing all rows every time.||20x|
Total Synced Rows
Total synced rows is the number of rows passing through your data pipeline in one month.
|All of this adds up to be significantly more volume than should be required.||10M|
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