It’s been a busy couple weeks here at Enterprise Data & Analytics in Farmville. I just published updates to not one, not two, but three – yes, three! – applications that are part of the Data Integration Lifecycle Management Suite, or DILM Suite.
SSIS Framework Community Edition
To prepare for Thursday’s (12 Jul 2018) webinar titled Designing a Custom ADF SSIS Execution Framework, I updated the documentation for SSIS Framework Community Edition. Why did I update the documentation? Because I want folks to know they can use SSIS Framework Community Edition in the cloud! That’s right, SSIS Framework Community Edition – still free, still open source – works with the SSIS Catalog behind Azure Data Factory Integration Runtime.
SSIS Framework Browser
Also in preparation for Thursday’s webinar, I updated SSIS Framework Browser! Version 0.4.2.0 (beta) remains free and now also works with SSIS Framework Community Edition implemented in Azure Data Factory Integration Runtime. Use Framework Browser to view metadata for SSIS Applications and Application Packages stored in the Framework.
SSIS Catalog Browser
Finally, I updated the login experience for those using SSIS Catalog Browser to connect to Azure Data Factory Integration Runtime. As with all Catalog Browser updates, I’ve applied the same updates to the user experience in SSIS Catalog Compare. Which reminds me…
SSIS Catalog Compare
On Thursday 19 Jul 2018 at noon EDT, I’m delivering another free webinar titled Use SSIS Catalog Compare to Lift and Shift SSIS to ADF! In this webinar, I will be demonstrating some of the features in version 3, which is approaching Preview.
I hope you will join me for these upcoming webinars and that you’ll take the free DILM Suite products for a test drive!
The Summer-O’-ADF Series Continues!
- Introduction to Lifting and Shifting SSIS to the Cloud
- The Azure Data Factory Controller Design Pattern
- ADF Controller Design Pattern with the SSIS Integration Runtime
- Designing a Custom ADF SSIS Execution Framework – 12 Jun 2018 at noon EDT – register today!
- Use SSIS Catalog Compare to Lift and Shift SSIS to ADF – 19 Jun 2018 at noon EDT – register today!