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ETL design standards

ETL design standards

ETL design standards

I am currently working for a large establish Teradata site who traditionally have used Teradata utilities for load/transform/unload processes. The strategic ETL tool selected is Ab Initio. We obviously have an extensive build standards manual using the utilities but translating this into a more RAD environment is a new experience, hence the question does anybody know of public available ETL standards?



RE: ETL design standards

Ab Initio is one of the ETL tools that Terdata has experience with. Teradata can be contacted for input on methodology around ETL migration of Teradata utilities to Ab Initio. COntact your local Account Team thru your managment.

RE: ETL design standards

Thanks for this but I was hoping for a more generic set of standards, available in the public domain. As an ex Teradata PS consultant I know that Teradata's expertise in this area is limited too, not to mention high rates for this type of consultancy.

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