Third-Party Data

Third-party data is any data you receive that is not yours, whereas first-party data is collected from your proprietary sources. The third-party data information you collect is generally the same, but someone else did the work. It usually consists of buying data from another company, partnering with a business to earn a mutual benefit, and/or researching available information.

An ETL Pipeline refers to the process in computing where data is extracted (E), transformed (T), and loaded (L) into an output data container.
A Data Mesh is a decentralized data architecture that groups data by a certain business domain (i.e., marketing, sales, customer service, etc.).
A Data Warehouse is a type of data management system that centralizes and consolidates large amounts of data from many different sources.

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