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Data Pipelines

Modernizing the Analytics Data Pipeline

Enterprises run on a steady flow of best-fit data analytics. Robust processes ensure these assets are always accurate, relevant, and fit for purpose. Increasingly, organizations are implementing these processes within structured development and operationalization “pipelines.” Typically, analytics data pipelines include data engineering functions such as extract-transform-load (ETL) and data science processes such as machine-learning model development.

Why You Need a Fully Automated Data Pipeline

The five main reasons to implement a fully automated data pipeline are: When you think about the core technologies that give companies a competitive edge, a fully automated data pipeline may not be the first thing that leaps to mind. But to unlock the full power of your data universe and turn it into business intelligence and real-time insights, you need to gain full control and visibility over your data at all its sources and destinations.

Do you want to build an ETL pipeline?

Analysts and data scientists use SQL queries to pull data from the data storage underbelly of an enterprise. They mold the data, reshape it, and analyze it, so it can offer revenue-generating business insights to the company. But analytics is only as good as the material it works with. That is, if the underlying data is missing, compromised, incomplete, or wrong, so will the data analysis and inferences derived from it.

The 5 Best Data Pipeline Tools for 2022

In 2021, data analysts have access to more data than at any other time in history. Experts believe the amount of data generated in 2020 totaled 44 zettabytes, and humans will create around 463 exabytes every day by 2025. That's an unimaginable volume of data! All this data, however, is worthless unless you can process it, analyze it, and find insights hidden within it. Data pipelines help you do that.