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Data Transformation Defined

Data transformation is the process of converting data from one format to another, typically from the format of a source system into the required format of a destination system.

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What is Apache Hive?

While you need Hadoop for reliable, scalable, distributed computing, the learning curve for extracting data is just too steep to be time effective and cost efficient. Your answer? Apache Hive.

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What is Data Profiling?

Learn how data profiling can help organize and analyze your data produce new insights and give you competitive advantage in the marketplace.

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What is an API?

Having the right API strategy in place can make the difference between success and failure when it comes to utilizing APIs to deliver results, reduce response times, and improving process efficiency.

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Data Integration and ETL with Salesforce

The Salesforce platform, along with its range of cloud service offerings, continues to be a major player in the CRM landscape. Salesforce’s popularity is due in large part to its functionality and versatility, as well as its capacity for integration with other applications and platforms.

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Stream Processing Defined

Reliable, fast access to big data is crucial to the success of any business seeking to improve its competitive edge. But how fast does access need to be? To stay ahead of the curve, companies need to be able to work with data in real-time, engaging with and utilizing data as it is entered or received. Stream processing makes it possible.

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What is Metadata?

Metadata is a powerful tool that provides keen insights and information about data and allows us to organize and use it more efficiently.

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How an ESB Simplifies Application Integration

Today, innovative organizations are embracing the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) because it addresses all the headaches, roadblocks, and error that stems from the P2P integration style, and makes application integration headaches a thing of the past.

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