Data Integration Sitemap
John Spacey, updated on November 07, 2016
Data integration is the process of moving data. This can occur between data sources that create copies or views of the same data for different purposes such as a data warehouse that takes a copy of transactional data for the purposes of analytics. Data integration can also occur between data sources and systems that simply use the data or display it to a person to use. It is common for large organizations to have a significant number of data integration processes that may number in the thousands. As such, organizations may use a variety of technologies and techniques to accomplish efficient, stable and reliable data integration. The following are examples of data integration architectures and techniques.
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The definition of dark data with examples.
The mysteries of data massage.
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The difference between data and information.
The difference between hard data and soft data.
A definition of human readable.
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Common examples of data.
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