Use pytest to run Great Expectations checkpoints

At Qxf2, we’ve successfully integrated Great Expectations into majority of our projects. We now have GitHub workflows in place to run Great Expectations checkpoints before deploying our applications to production. However, as our test suite expanded, we encountered a few challenges: 1. Triggering valid checkpoints. 2. Aggregating checkpoint results. To address these issues, we turned to pytest. In this post, […]

Host Great Expectations Test Results on Netlify

In this post, we will help you host your Great Expectations test results on Netlify, a web hosting platform. This post is third in our series to help testers implement useful tests with Great Expectations for data validation. Implementing tests and running them is job half done. As testers it is quite essential to make sure our test results reach […]