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With Verb, you have complete control over the frequency of data synchronization. Synchronizations are controlled by intervals you configure with day and time options to control precisely when your data is ingested.
Moreover, synchronization intervals are configured on a per-table basis meaning you can synchronize each table in your data source with a custom interval. This is ideal when data in one table has a higher rate of change than data in another table.
Intervals range from high frequency on the order of minutes to low frequency on the order of days. Depending on your plan, you can opt to synchronize data as often as every minute. This is ideal for rapidly changing data where reporting must be near real time. Conversely, data that is less frequently updated or changed can bet set to synchronize on a less frequent interval.
Sync Time Interval
The Sync Time Interval controls how frequently data is synchronized. Values range from every minute to every 24 hours.
Hours of the Day
On top of sync time interval, you can select which hours in the day the synchronization will run. The interval will only be active during those hours regardless of frequency.
Days of the Week
Finally, synchronization can be configured to run only on given days regardless of interval or hours of the day. The interval and hour schedules will only be active on the configured days of the week. The screen shot demonstrates the kind of configuration options available for each table within a data source.
The option to synchronize with higher frequency (under 1 hour) is available for paid plans. Free plans can synchronize with up to every 1 hour. All plans offer the ability to configure times and days.