Aligning Data Virtualization, Streaming, and ETL

| December 19, 2019

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What do data virtualization, streaming, and extract, transform, and load (ETL) processes have in common? They all deliver data from disparate sources to the business intelligence (BI), analytics, and other applications used by businesspeople, data scientists, and analysts. Like utilities, these tools operate in the background until something serious goes wrong, like a burst pipe or an electrical short. However, other subtler problems can arise when using these tools, which relate to the quality and consistency of the data delivered. These issues arise from the data modelling and preparation that all three tools require upfront. They may arise separately and individually in each of these tools but can be most damaging when they arise across the tools when multiple modes of data delivery are being used in the same environment. With the explosion of data driven by external sources, feeding a plethora of data warehouses and lakes, many organizations are now using all three modalities of data delivery.

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