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5. Attributes of a Good Data Integration

David Masri1 
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Brooklyn, NY, USA
 

If you were to ask someone, “What’s the difference between an integration and a migration?” you’ll likely get an answer along the lines of: “Migrations are one-time runs whereas integrations are ongoing.” As discussed in Chapter 4, data migrations are not really a one-time run-and-done job. Because testing is critical to success, the same code needs to be run for QA and UAT.

I’m not saying that people who answer with “one-time run” are wrong, just a bit imprecise. What they really mean is that it’s a one-time run in ...

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