The Relevance of ETL in the Big Data Era

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With all the discussion of managing enormous data volumes, and the analytics challenges and opportunities that data presents, there are questions about whether ETL—the traditional process of extract, transform and load—is still relevant. Last year, for example, researchers at Gartner encouraged IT managers to think more broadly about the issue, saying in their market report on data integration tools that these technologies have supplanted traditional ETL. And tools that were once described as ETL have morphed into technologies designed to do much more.

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