|Overview: Data Entity|
|Definition||An object in a data model.|
|Related Concepts||Dark DataData IntegrationData ProducerData|
What is a Data Entity?
John Spacey, updated on November 11, 2016
A data entity is an object in a data model. Data is typically designed by breaking things down into their smallest parts that are useful for representing data relationships. For example, a customer may include a list of contacts. Each contact may contain an address. All three objects: customer, contact and address are considered data entities.
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