You Might Need an SSIS Framework

You might need an SSIS framework. “How can I tell if I need an SSIS framework, Andy?” I’m glad you asked. Does your enterprise: Practice DevOps? Execute lots of SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) packages? Execute SSIS packages several times per day? Execute “SSIS in the Cloud” using the Azure Data Factory version 2 Integration …
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Andy’s Excellent SSIS-in-the-Cloud Adventure, Part 3 – Execution, Monitoring, and Deployment Alternatives

In Andy’s Excellent SSIS-in-the-Cloud Adventure, Part 1 – Build an ADFv2 IR Instance I wrote about the three steps to configure Azure-SSIS Integration Runtime in Azure Data Factory Version 2 (ADFv2 IR, or SSIS in the cloud). In Andy’s Excellent SSIS-in-the-Cloud Adventure, Part 2 – Deploy, Execute, and Monitor an SSIS Project I wrote about deploying, …
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Presenting at the Seattle SQL Pro Workshop 2017

I am honored to be among the presenters at the Seattle SQL Pro Workshop 2017! Also presenting are Jason Brimhall, Louis Davidson, Jimmy May, Gail Shaw and Wayne Sheffield. I’m looking forward to learning a bunch from these smart folks! My session is titled Designing an SSIS Framework: In this “demo-tastic” presentation, SSIS trainer, author, and …
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SSIS Version 15.0 Script Error

There I was… Delivering ExpertSSIS training with Brent Ozar Unlimited (we’re going to present another ExpertSSIS class – stay tuned for more information). I scheduled the execution of an SSIS package that contains a Script Task via SQL Agent, executed the job, and boom: “Excellent teaching moment,” I thought as I opened SSIS Catalog Overview and …
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