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The amount of big data generated around the world by the time you finish this page is limitless. Think about it for a second. Companies everywhere will create an innumerable amount of data right now—customer records, sales orders, chain reports, emails, you name it.
Companies need all this data for data analytics—the science of modeling raw data to uncover precious real-time insights about their business. It's like opening a treasure trove. But there's a problem: Most companies keep data in lots and lots of different places. The average organization draws from over 400 data sources, while 20 percent of organizations have more than 1,000 data sources. And that's a lot.
Some of these data sources are new, and some are old. But because there are so many of them, data analytics becomes rather tricky. What if we could take data from all of these sources and move it to one place for analytics? Doesn't that sound like a much better idea?
Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) does that.It's the most exciting thing to happen to data analytics in decades.
In the simplest of terms, ETL:
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