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Subj:   Re: Ab Initio ELT Administrator role?
 
From:   Anomy Anom

<-- Anonymously Posted: Thursday, February 20, 2003 07:38 -->

Working for a large consulting company on a longterm project we plan on deploying AbInitio on AIX 5.1 in a large environment (> 10TB NCR TD, plus ETL work towards a packaged solution.) The deployment will happen within this year, after a good year of prep work. We do not explicitly define an ETL Administrator. Work is developed and passed over to production (Managed Ops); Business users take responsibility for problem resolution.

We do have something you might want to call ETL Administrator on the development side; the person is in charge of

- defining architectural standards (both for AbInitio as well as for TD -- with DBA feedback -- and the packaged solution)

- enforcing standards

- building common/shared components

- ensuring correct overall approach (do all the jobs fit into reasonable streams, sizing etc.)

- sit with folks and help them translate business requirements into flows

- ... anything else relevant other than direct business related issues

Let me know if you need more or have more concrete questions



     
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