BeyData Explorer's design is architected with references to the great explorers of the golden era. Explorers would travel the world seeking information, truths, and resources, travelling to places where they had no maps available to guide them. Upon returning home, they would provide those much needed maps, information documenting the new world that they found, with rich detailed information describing the new resources they had discovered. Updated maps could be purchased, and previously existing and outdated maps would be discarded. It was the age of discovery.
Use BeyData Explorer to discover your data and resources regardless of the data language that your sources use. This empowers you to discover and properly classify your data and resources.
Like the explorers of old who created maps based on their travels, BeyData Explorer validates maps, resources, and references to existing locations to make sure they are valid and data has not moved.
Stored maps with resource locators are all editable by data architects or librarians so that they can annotate the actual flow of data between individuals, network nodes, and resources.