This document gives a short overview of Upsolver entities, to make it easier to understand the components involved.
You create a job that includes configurations such as schema handling and the SQL transformations to perform on the data. Jobs are always active until you delete them. Furthermore, a job is not a time entity. Examples: COPY, INSERT, MERGE, DELETE
An instance of a job at a specific point in time. An execution / run includes the job definition (transformations and so on), execution start time, and execution / run end time.
An execution is divided into multiple logical stages. A stage consists of many different tasks or units of work. A stage is complete when all tasks associated with that stage are complete. It does not have a time associated with it. For example, a COPY operation can be a single stage associated with many tasks.
A task represents the actual unit of work executed. An execution can have multiple stages and multiple tasks per stage. A task always belongs to one stage.