Chapter 3.1

Transformations in the End-State Architecture

Abstract

One of the essences of the end-state architecture is that transformations of data occur repeatedly throughout the architecture. Although it may appear that data are static at any one moment in time, over a long spectrum of time, data are anything but static. There are many reasons for the transformations of data that occur.

Keywords

ETL; End state architecture; Transformation; Redundant data; Textual ETL; Dimensional modelling; Corporate data; Application data; Bulk storage

When you take your first glance at the end-state data architecture, several things jump out at you. One of those things is the need for transformation processes. There are a variety of transformations ...

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