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Recapping an Orchestration Framework

Martin Schoombee wraps up a series:

Frameworks are extremely useful when they are thoughtfully designed and implemented. I have seen both sides of the coin, but what I probably see the most of is a lack of any sort of framework. What I typically see are some naming conventions and coding standards, but many companies miss the opportunity to take it one step further and reduce the inefficiencies of repetitive tasks. There’s a ton of repetition in ETL processes, and in my opinion that gives us a really good opportunity to streamline the way in which we are doing things with a well designed framework.

Read on for Martin’s notes to keep in mind, as well as where to go from here.