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  • Initialism of Extract, transform, load.

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  • The process of extracting data from the source system and bringing it into the data warehouse is commonly called ETL, which stands for extraction, transformation, and loading.

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  • The process known as ETL-extract, transform, and load-means pulling every morsel of data together and cleaning it up before funneling it through a spend analysis program.

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  • To provide meaningful, consistent, and reliable information to their end users, these businesses rely on data integration technologies to extract, transform, and load data (commonly known as ETL operations) as they move data between systems.

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  • In a DW context, the Scrum Master might be someone who makes sure that the diverse data stewards achieve steady progress on crafting a common glossary of business terms that span diverse subject areas, while the technical specialties -- such as ETL developers, data architects, and report designers -- incorporate those definitions into the underlying metadata and modeling layer that they, hopefully, share.

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  • If using plug-in decorations, make sure they are safety listed by UL, ETL, or CSA.

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  • To be safe, the Electrical Safety Foundation International offers these tips: Make certain all small appliances and tools are approved by an independent testing laboratory, such as Underwriters Laboratories (UL), ETL-SEMKO (ETL) or Canadian Standards Association (CSA) ..

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  • Start by shopping for a model with a safety-certification label from an independent testing organization, such as the UL mark from Underwriters Laboratories, the ETL label from Intertek, or CSA International certification.

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  • To be safe, the Electrical Safety Foundation International offers these tips:Make certain all small appliances and tools are approved by an independent testing laboratory, such as Underwriters Laboratories (UL), ETL-SEMKO (ETL) or Canadian Standards Association (CSA).

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  • Buy only extinguishers that have been listed or certified by a nationally recognized testing laboratory, such as UL, ETL, CSA, and FM Approvals.

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  • To keep things safe at your home, follow these precautions for holiday lights: • Buy only products certified by a recognized testing laboratory, including UL, ETL, or CSA.

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