Updated SSIS Extension v4.1.2 Includes Support for Visual Studio 2022

Update 19 Sep 2022: I communicated with the Microsoft SSIS Team. They shared they are targeting preview of VS2022 Integration Services Extension for the end of CY22. Important Note: I have not yet tested this version of the Integrated Services Extension in Visual Studio 2022. On 28 Jul 2021, the Microsoft SSIS Team released an …
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Three New Azure Training Offerings

Enterprise Data & Analytics Training announces three options for learning Azure (from me!). Start today for free with our 7-day free trial! Azure QuickStart Monthly – Subscribe monthly for one low monthly cost. Azure QuickStart Yearly – Subscribe yearly and save. Get two months free! Azure QuickStart Premium – A yearly subscription that includes access to recordings of …
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Getting Started with Azure Automation – Part 1 Video

A little ago, I blogged about Getting Started with Azure Automation. I’ve created this video for the first part of that post. To see the remainder of this video – plus recordings of all my training – sign up for Enterprise Data & Analytics Premium Level today! Enjoy. Learn More I’m presenting Master the Fundamentals of …
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Video Training for One Way to Add an Existing Data Factory to Github Series

I created a new course as part of Premium Level at Enterprise Data & Analytics. Managing Code in Azure Data Factory is the latest addition to the growing collection of Azure content: Read the blog series: One Way to Add an Existing Data Factory to Github, Part 1 One Way to Add an Existing Data …
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One Way to Add an Existing Data Factory to Github, Part 3

This is part of a series of posts. This post focuses on using Azure Data Factory with a GitHub repository. One Way to Add an Existing Data Factory to Github, Part 1 One Way to Add an Existing Data Factory to Github, Part 2 One Way to Add an Existing Data Factory to Github, Part …
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One Way to Add an Existing Data Factory to Github, Part 2

This is part of a series of posts. This post focuses on connecting an Azure Data Factory to a GitHub repository. One Way to Add an Existing Data Factory to Github, Part 1 One Way to Add an Existing Data Factory to Github, Part 2 One Way to Add an Existing Data Factory to Github, …
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One Way to Add an Existing Data Factory to Github, Part 1

This is part of a series of posts. This post focuses on creating a GitHub account and repository. One Way to Add an Existing Data Factory to Github, Part 1 One Way to Add an Existing Data Factory to Github, Part 2 One Way to Add an Existing Data Factory to Github, Part 3 You …
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Confidence and SSIS Catalog as Code

That’s what we sell at Data Integration Lifecycle Management Suite: confidence. Confidence There’s no substitute for that feeling of confidence when SSIS Catalog Compare is used to compare two SSIS Catalogs and the comparison yields no differences. I cannot improve on testimonies from our customers: The question of comparing a Production SSIS Catalog with a …
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SSIS Catalog Compare Code Promotion with DILM Deployment Utility

This post is a follow-up to my recent post titled Promoting SSIS Catalog Objects Between Lifecycle Management Tiers. DILM Deployment Utility is a great way to encapsulate SSIS Catalog folders as code in sccpac files. Drop the files in a git repo, add, commit, and push, and viola, scripts for your SSIS Catalog folder(s) and …
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