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Screenshot of Timo Dechau´s linkedin post with text about dbt analytics

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Is there something like dbt analytics?

What I mean – tracking of:
– model execution time
– execution costs (could be derived)
– fails and warnings
– test results

models go out of shape sometimes pretty quickly and this kind of data would handy. I just see the logs that dbt generate.