Bigeye virtual tables are essentially database views stored in Bigeye. They are created from any custom SQL query, and allow you to monitor data across multiple tables through a join, calculated fields, and more without having to create an actual new view or table in your data warehouse.
Once the virtual table is created, you can treat it like any other table - Bigeye will profile the virtual table and suggest Autometrics, Autothresholds, etc.
Virtual tables are particularly useful for Bigeye users who may not have access to the underlying database to write a view.
For virtual table use cases, refer to the documentation here .
To get started with virtual tables, continue with the following guides:
Updated 9 months ago