This month we start examining the data preparation component of the data integration framework (DIF) information architecture. For a quick DIF recap, check out my December 2003 column, Understanding the DIF Information Architecture .
Data preparation is the core set of processes for data integration. These processes gather data from diverse source systems, transform it according to business and technical rules, and stage it for later steps in its life cycle when it becomes information used by information consumers.
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