SSIS, Docker, and Windows Containers, Part 6 – Executing Packages in an SSIS Catalog in a Container

In the previous six posts I: examined how to install Docker for Windows, pull a test image, search for a SQL Server on Windows image, install and interact with it (Part 0) shared why I want to do all this (Part 1) shared one way to execute SSIS on a container in Part 2 shared …
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SSIS, Docker, and Windows Containers, Part 5 – Deploying to the SSIS Catalog

In the previous five posts I: examined how to install Docker for Windows, pull a test image, search for a SQL Server on Windows image, install and interact with it (Part 0) shared why I want to do all this (Part 1) shared one way to execute SSIS on a container in Part 2 shared …
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SSIS, Docker, and Windows Containers, Part 4 – Adding an SSIS Catalog, Attempt 2

In my previous four posts I examined how to install Docker for Windows, pull a test image, search for a SQL Server on Windows image, install and interact with it (Part 0). I shared why I want to do all this (Part 1). I shared one way to execute SSIS on a container in Part …
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SSIS, Docker, and Windows Containers, Part 3 – Adding the SSIS Catalog, Attempt 1

In my previous three posts I’ve examined how to install Docker for Windows, pull a test image, search for a SQL Server on Windows image, install and interact with it (Part 0). I’ve shared why I want to do all this (Part 1). And I’ve shared one way to execute SSIS on a container in …
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SSIS, Docker, and Windows Containers, Part 2 – Executing SSIS, v0.1

In my last couple posts I’ve examined how to install Docker for Windows, pull a test image, search for a SQL Server on Windows image, install and interact with it (Part 0). I’ve shared why I want to do all this (Part 1). In this post, I show my next step: executing an SSIS package …
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SSIS, Docker, and Windows Containers, Part 1 – Why?

In my first post in this series, SSIS, Docker, and Windows Containers, Part 0 – Getting Started, I covered: Installing docker Choosing a Container OS Pulling a test image Pulling a Windows Container with SQL Server installed interacting with with your instantiated container In this post I reveal my ultimate goal and then travel down …
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SSIS, Docker, and Windows Containers, Part 0 – Getting Started

To begin tinkering with SSIS in containers, you first need to install Docker. There are some prerequisites. I will not exhaust the prerequisites here. I strongly suggest you familiarize yourself with the requirements for Docker prior to attempting to install the software. Since I use a PC (a Lenovo P51S) running Windows 10 Pro, I chose …
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Azure DevOps, Software Development, and Git Part 2 – Distributed Version Control

I’ve been learning git and… it’s been challenging. I’ve written about my experiences: Azure DevOps, SSIS, and Git Part 0 – Getting Started Azure DevOps, Software Development, and Git Part 1 – Applied In this post I discuss some benefits of distributed version control. But first, I’d like to share this caused no small number …
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2019 – A Blog in Review

I write this 12 Dec 2019. Thus far in 2019 – 348 days in, counting this post – I’ve posted 124 posts at andyleonard.blog(). Roughly, that’s one post every three (~2.8) days. According to the WP-Statistics plugin, this blog has had just under 60k visitors and you have visited over 155k pages year-to-date. From the …
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My PASS Summit 2019 Presentations

SSIS DevOps and Azure Containers I was honored to co-present SSIS DevOps and Azure Containers with Sreeja Pullagura and Elizabeth Baron. Liz and Sreeja work for Teach for America, a really cool non-profit headquartered in NYC. This was their very first time presenting at the PASS Summit. We were even featured on PASStv! . You …
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