How to get ETL Horribly Wrong

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 09 Jan 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

ETL ( Extract, transform, load) doesn't have to be like a spell on hell. To make a success of ETL systems, you need the freedom and ability to make graceful U-turns when you detect a mistake in architecture or configuration: to fix the root problem rather than to merely tackle the symptoms. Feodor lists the eight most common root causes of failure in ETL systems, and how to fix them....

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