The implementation of the CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment) Pipeline is the foundation of the modern DevOps environment. It bridges the gap between development and operations teams by automating the building, testing and deployment of applications.
With ever-changing consumer preferences, direct-to-consumer sales are trending. E-commerce is possessing a significant threat to traditional brick and mortar stores. In recent years, many retailers started building their digital retail platforms but often end up short compared to e-commerce companies. Retailers are falling back in digital space because of their traditional business practices, operational models and lack of digital capabilities. Many retailers have struggled to adopt technology innovations moving to cloud-based or SaaS (Software as a Service) solutions for day-to-day operations.
“All this modern technology just makes people try to do everything at once”
- Bill Watterson, American Cartoonist
Integration of Ab Initio with CI / CD pipeline is the pillar of the modern ETL system. This bridges the gap between engineering and operating teams by automating the design, testing and delivery of applications.
There are two common Version Control Systems (VCS): centralized and distributed. Distributed version control is modern, faster, less error-prone and has more functionalities. However, it is very difficult to understand. You must decide if the extra challenge is worth it!
Before the advent of DevOps, software development was carried out using different methodologies. Among them, Waterfall and Agile methodologies were the most prevalent.
“Technology is best when it brings people together”
- Matt Mullenweg, Social Media Entrepreneur
In today’s world of digitalization, it is imperative for every business organization to adopt trending modern-day technologies to solve business problems. Ab Initio Software is a widely used Business Intelligence Data Processing Platform. It is used to build a vast majority of business applications – from operational systems, distributed application integration, and complex event processing to data warehousing and data quality management systems.
What is ETL?
Data Warehouse is a collection of standardized data from heterogeneous sources which helps in analyzing the data and reporting the results in a structured way to help in the decision-making.
Ever wondered if Data Warehouse is necessary? We are going to give you 7 reasons that makes Data Warehouse worth the investment!
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