Company: Enterprise Data & Analytics
Websites: Data Integration Lifecycle Management Suite
Podcast: Data Driven
Email: [email protected]
MVP Profile: Andy Leonard
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After I deliver presentations, folks ask me all the time…
Andy, where can I learn more?
I Am Here To Help™
I created this page on my blog to help because the very first thing I want you to learn about me is I Am Here To Help™
How to Best Contact Me
I share email addresses each time I present. If you don’t have my email address handy, the best way to contact me is via the Enterprise Data & Analytics Contact page.
Where Do I Work?
Enterprise Data & Analytics founder and Chief Data Engineer.
What Do I Do?
- Podcast Co-host
I deliver presentations all over. I speak at local user groups, as well as national and international conferences.
I deliver public training online (mostly) and private training for enterprises. You can learn more about upcoming public courses at the Enterprise Data & Analytics Training page.
I’ve delivered consulting services for some very large and recognizable enterprises.
I often deliver training as part of consulting. We refer to this as private training and we frequently customize this training to cover various and sundry topics such as:
- Biml (Business Intelligence Markup Language)
- ADF (Azure Data Factory)
- DILM (Data Integration Lifecycle Management)
- DevOps for Data Integration
Learn more at the Enterprise Data & Analytics Training page.
At Enterprise Data & Analytics, I sweep the floor and empty the trash can. In between all that I manage accounting, help with advertising (writing this post counts as advertising), assist clients with training, database stuff, and SSIS development.
I write books about SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), data topics – such as Business Intelligence Markup Language (Biml) – and Data Integration Lifecycle Management.
I also write this blog, AndyLeonard.blog().
I manage the Data Integration Lifecycle Management Suite (aka DILM Suite). DILM Suite hosts information about a number of products designed to assist enterprises practice DevOps with SSIS.
SSIS Catalog Compare and SSIS Frameworks are the flagship products at DILM Suite. We sell these products to enterprises large and small – anyone interested in automating SSIS execution and code promotion, both on-premises and in the cloud.
Most products at DILM Suite are free and some are even open source. SSIS Framework Community Edition, for example, is both free and open source. Open source means you can grab the code and have a look-see at what we built and how. Catalog Reports is also free and open source.
There’s more at DILM Suite. Check it out.
With my friend and brother, Frank La Vigne, I co-host the DataDriven podcast. We interview people who work in the fields of data science, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. We also share trenchant short-format shows where one of us (occasionally both of us) share salient tidbits about the industries.