Continuous Delivery and Agile methodologies tend to focus on product value which manifests itself in discrete end-user features. However, for data-heavy software applications - such as those using ETL - functionality value is typically bound up with delivering a large data set against which the application can operate.
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Continuous Delivery with ETL Systems
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Pete has been working at Dr Foster for 5 years. He currently works at Dr Foster Intelligence as the Chief Information Officer where he has introduced and embedded the use of continuous Integration Agile Development Practices.