ETL is obsolete at most companies today. The old world of costly, scale-up ETL architectures assumed they would extract data from a limited sources, transform it and then load it on a data warehouse or a few datamarts.
However, the world has changed. ETL is now way more complex. There is a now an explosion of sources and targets – it’s no longer a simple linear flow. Ballooning data volumes means that ETL has become a bottleneck. This has resulted in mushrooming costs and poor performance.
In this Webinar, learn:
John Santaferraro, CMO, Diyotta
Rich Reimer, VP of Product Management for Splice Machine