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The Qualytics 8 – Consistency

According to DataCadamia, a definition of consistency is, “It specifies that two data values drawn from separate data sets must not conflict with each other, although consistency does not necessarily imply correctness.”

Data consistency means that the value is the same across all datastores within the organization. This data belongs together and describes a specific process at a specific time, meaning that the data is not changed during processing or transfers. Without consistency, there is no way to guarantee that when a piece of data is moved it is correct and the same across all places data is stored.