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Converging Privacy and Cybersecurity Brings Tighter Workplace Practices for Companies

Click to learn more about author Ashok Sharma. It is ironic to witness the rate of cyberattacks, data breaches, and unauthorized use of personal data growing directly proportional to laws being established to regulate the collection, use, retention, disclosure, and disposal of personal information worldwide. With the growing use of big data, AI, and machine learning, […]

Why Open Source Matters in Cloud DevOps

Click to learn more about author Nati Shalom. From its origin in the free software movement, open-source software has grown in popularity and adoption across industries worldwide. Open-source Linux now runs the majority of the world’s server workloads, Kubernetes (and Docker) adoption is growing exponentially and pushing the container and cloud-native revolutions, and on the […]

Data Cleansing: Why It’s Important

Click to learn more about author Avee Mittal. Data cleansing is an important step to prepare data for analysis. It is a process of preparing data to meet the quality criteria such as validity, uniformity, accuracy, consistency, and completeness. Data cleansing removes unwanted, duplicate, and incorrect data from datasets, thus helping the analyst to develop […]

What Is ACID?

ACID properties characterize RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) database processing or a data warehouse. Originally coined in the early 1980s, according to DAMA DMBoK, the ACID philosophy consists of requirements for generating and maintaining reliable database transactions. ACID provides consistency before, during and after transactions through five properties: Atomic: Each task in a transaction succeeds […]

What Is Canonical Data Modeling?

Canonical Data Modeling documents, using Data Modeling techniques, how messages or packets pass between different systems internally in the organization and across different company systems, to do e-business. Data sometimes vary, across systems, in their definitions. For example, a company may have defined “customer” for a data warehouse constructed 10 years ago and then characterized […]

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