Honored to Present an SSIS and ADF Precon at Data Platform Summit 2018!

I am honored to announce I have been selected to deliver a full-day precon titled A Day of Intelligent Data Integration with SSIS and ADF at the Data Platform Summit 2018 in Bengarulu, India 7 Aug 2018!

This will be my first appearance at the Data Platform Summit and my first visit to India. I am looking forward to the trip and the opportunity – it’s always an honor to present.

You can learn more about my presentation here.

I hope to see you there!


Andy Leonard


Christian, husband, dad, grandpa, Data Philosopher, Data Engineer, Azure Data Factory, SSIS, and Biml guy. I was cloud before cloud was cool. :{>

4 thoughts on “Honored to Present an SSIS and ADF Precon at Data Platform Summit 2018!

  1. Hi Sql Guy,

    You’re correct. The PASS Summit requests that speakers selected to present not reveal the fact they were selected until PASS announces their selections. Part of the reason they do so is to confirm the speakers who were selected are still available to present before making the announcement.

    I was contacted in February (around the time I wrote this post, actually) about delivering a precon for the PASS Summit 2018. We worked out the details in early March. In April – about a month ago – PASS announced the list of folks selected to deliver precons. They published it on this page: http://www.pass.org/summit/2018/Learn/Pre-ConferenceSessions.aspx. I describe these folks as “a bunch of really smart people. Plus me.”

    This post is about a different conference: The Data Platform Summit 2018.

    The Data Platform Summit 2018 (http://dps10.com/) is in Bengaluru India in August 2018. The PASS Summit (http://www.pass.org/summit/2018/Home.aspx) is in Seattle Washington in November 2018. I’m honored to deliver precons and presentations at both conferences.

    Hope this helps,

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