Data Integration in an AWS Environment

Moving your data to AWS can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Talend’s comprehensive integration tools provide everything you need to deliver a complete AWS integration with speed and dependability.

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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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ETL with Salesforce

ETL with Salesforce allows businesses to extract the maximum value from their Salesforce data. In this article, we explore the ETL process and break down what it takes to deliver a fast, dependable data migration.

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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 Data Mining?

Data mining analyzes massive volumes of data to discover insights that help businesses solve problems, mitigate risks, or seize new opportunities.

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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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What is ELT?

ELT is the process by which raw data is extracted, loaded, and transformed into a data lake or warehouse. In contrast to ETL, ELT provides faster loading.

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How to Enforce Compliance with Controls [GDPR Step 16]

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) harmonizes data protection regulations and policies, and offers a detailed guideline on which aspects of data governance to focus on in order to protect the personal data of subjects. Learn how to enforce compliance across your organization with the right data tools.

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How to Set Up Data Sharing Agreements [GDPR Step 15]

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) holds organizations & their vendors accountable for the protection of personal data. To ensure accountability & to assign clear responsibilities, legal data sharing agreements need to be set up. Learn to avoid messy situations during a breach & help protect personal data.

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How to Govern the Lifecycle of Information [GDPR Step 14]

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires that organizations make data access and/or deletion easily available for data subjects. This requires companies to manage information lifecycle management (ILM), from creation through disposal, including consolidating data fragmented across systems.

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How to Govern Analytical Models [GDPR Step 12]

Analytical models feed off customer profiles to predict future behavioral patterns. The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires ensuring that these do not interfere with the rights of data subjects. Learn how to make sure your organization is compliant.

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How to Stitch Data Lineage [GDPR Step 11]

Due to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), organizations have to focus on data lineage of subjects, and track personal data through systems. By understanding lineage, organizations can tell who, when, and which system caused data to change, increasing data quality and security.

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How to Improve Data Quality [GDPR Step 10]

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) pushes organizations to establish controls that allow data subjects to address personal information quality issues in a timely manner. Automated solutions and self-servicing tools can make it easy.

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How to Conduct Vendor Risk Assessments [GDPR Step 9]

Vendor risk assessment is a subset of data protection impact assessment impacted by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Most organizations examine internal systems, but often overlook third parties — suppliers and service providers.

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