As a BI Data Architect/System Analyst, Yury is responsible for the following items:
It is a best practice to start data profiling at the beginning of a data warehouse build-out. I addressed this in my first blog providing a couple examples of how data and reporting can go very wrong if you don’t profile your data carefully from the start.
We’ve been asked what data profiling contributes to a data warehouse, and once in awhile we even hear that an organization – pressed for time, or trying to save money – wants to eliminate data profiling or tack it on at the end of a data warehouse build-out. This is an appeal to never, EVER, consider this as a time or cost-saving opportunity. In fact, I would argue that data profiling is a key part of any DW/BI project’s foundation.
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