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Leveraging Ontologies for Better Data Integration

If you don’t understand application semantics ‑ simply put, the meaning of data ‑ then you have no hope of creating the proper data integration solution. I’ve been stating this fact since the 1990s, and it has proven correct over and over again.

Just to be clear: You must understand the data to define the proper integration flows and transformation scenarios, and provide service-oriented frameworks to your data integration domain, meaning levels of abstraction. This is applicable both in the movement of data from source to target systems, as well as the abstraction of the data using data virtualization approaches and technology, such as technology for the host of this blog.  (more…)

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