DataVault is Tenjin's data warehouse as a service. It stores raw data for custom analysis.
DataVault differs from other data platforms in that all tables are neatly joined together by
id. This seems like a nuance, but when writing queries, this can make all the difference. Analyses are deterministic rather than probabilistic.
DataVault credentials are accessible through the dashboard under the main menu and "DataVault Credentials".
This is also a direct link to the DataVault credentials page.
If you don't have any credentials please contact your Tenjin representative to request access to your DataVault.
DataVault is an Amazon Redshift database that stores all of the app developer's marketing data flowing through ad networks, channels, analytics, and attribution systems on Tenjin.
You can learn more about Redshift its technology here: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/redshift/latest/dg/welcome.html
We find the happiest customers of DataVault understand how to optimize their queries on Redshift.
You and your company are responsible for complying with all relevant data retention requirements and privacy laws. Tenjin does not store user level data older than 180 days and will only copy to DataVault the retention period as agreed upon in the Tenjin User Agreement (default is 90 days). If you copy data from DataVault or any other Tenjin service to another database or otherwise store it outside of Tenjin's DataVault, you and your company are solely responsible for deleting data to comply with all relevant retention and deletion requirements and all applicable privacy laws. By using DataVault, you acknowledge that you understand your responsibilities and that you are waiving any legal claim against Tenjin regarding the data you transfer from DataVault.