Enrichment enables you to integrate your internal data with additional data from the Tamr enrichment services. Enrichment provides more complete, accurate, and valid data to help you make informed business decisions. For example, you might use enrichment to add standard country codes to your records or to validate phone numbers.
Enrichment services are fully managed by Tamr and are delivered through a native integration.
See Enrichment Services for the services currently supported by Tamr.
Important: Enrichment is in limited release. An additional data processing agreement is required, and you must work with Tamr to set certain configuration variables before enabling enrichment projects. If you are interested in using enrichment services, contact Support.
See Creating an Enrichment Project for information on enabling the enrichment feature once you have configured Tamr to run enrichment.
Enrichment is available in Tamr v2021.002.1 and later for cloud-native deployments.
When using this feature, data is sent to the Tamr-provided SaaS Enrichment Application. Tamr does not persist any data that passes through enrichment. For detailed security information, contact Support.
The enrichment feature includes two components:
- Enrichment Module within your deployment
- Tamr's Enrichment SaaS application
The following diagram describes the enrichment architecture. Note that some enrichers connect to external services.
The enrichment module connects with the Enrichment SaaS application to retrieve a list of enrichment services as well as their location and schema (input and output). When you select the dataset that you want to enrich and which enrichment service to use, Tamr partitions the dataset and sends batches of records directly to the selected enrichment service. When enrichment is complete, the results are available within Tamr Core as a new dataset.
Tamr’s enrichment model is incremental, meaning that each time you update the source dataset(s) and enrich records, Tamr automatically enriches only the new and updated records in the source dataset(s). Incremental enrichment offers cost savings by not enriching the same record twice.
Updated 7 months ago