ETL

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ETL

(database)
The processes of Extracting, Transforming (or Transporting), and Loading data from source systems into a data warehouse.

ETL

Abbr. for Electrical Testing Laboratories, Inc.

ETL

(Extract, Transform, Load) The functions performed when pulling data out of one database and placing it into another of a different type. ETL is used to migrate data, often from relational databases into decision support systems.

ETL, EII and EAI
ETL differs from EII (enterprise information integration), which aggregates data temporarily from disparate data sources, and EAI (enterprise application integration), which integrates data from one application to another. See EII and EAI.
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0, a powerful data exchange solution, which represents the first extract, transform and load (ETL) tool to support Teradata's TPump loader and is among the first to offer in-memory streaming of data into all the Teradata loaders.
SAS([R]) extract, transform and load capabilities within broad information management/data integration strategy
0 offers organizations the ability to address a wide array of data integration projects and use cases by providing customers with the option to perform traditional Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) functions as well as Extract, Load and Transform (ELT) functions that leverage database engines to execute high-volume data transformations.
It is ideally suited for an Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) scenario.
DataServer 2005: An extract, transform and load (ETL) tool that can extract data from any source, transform or clean it and load it into a SQL datamart using an automated OLAP cube-building engine.
E[acute accent]The FusionWare Server is a multi-threaded Java server that is highly portable across all major operating systems, requires no additional infrastructure and provides a full business process framework which combines Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) capabilities with a powerful workflow engine and an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB):