Estimation of efficiency of production and infrastructure subsystems
System diagnostics of socio-economic processes
Applied aspects in informatics
A.V. Solovyev, I.V. Tumanova "Digitalization of the economy and problems of database integration"
System modeling
A.V. Solovyev, I.V. Tumanova "Digitalization of the economy and problems of database integration"

This article describes the problems of database integration. The analysis of methods and approaches to database integration is carried out. The applicability of various approaches to the integration of databases at various levels is considered: at the data level, at the level of program and user interfaces, at the functionalapplication and organizational level, at the level of corporate information systems, at the level of web services. Analyzed modern integrating data models, integration tools and standards that allow the development of data integration systems. The conclusion is made about the importance of data integration in the context of the digitalization of the economy to improve the reliability, competitiveness and efficiency of business processes in the context of the integration of digital interaction of enterprises. It is also concluded that an increase in the efficiency of the economy as a whole is based on the accumulation of data on human capital, since the economic growth and development of the country significantly depend on human capital.


database integration, metadata, database management systems, digitalization, integration methods, big data, human capital

PP. 59-67.

DOI: 10.14357/20790279200406

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