Stage Updates and Inserts for SSIS Data Flow Performance

A few days ago, I streamed SSIS Data Flow Performance, which you can view below (from LinkedIn) or by clicking the link to the YouTube recording:

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Incremental Loads 101

Incremental loads are not new, they’ve been around for a while now. In my course titled From Zero to SSIS, students design and build a simple incremental load design pattern on day one – and then build a robust incremental loader on day two. In the simple incremental loader design pattern, students tune the Data Flow by replacing an OLE DB Command with an OLE DB Destination aimed at a StageUpdates table – similar to the StageSalesUpdates table in this video.

Have a look – it’s a cool performance pattern.

Conclusion

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

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