The Recording for Introduction to Lifting and Shifting SSIS to the Cloud is Now Available

  The recording of my free webinar – Introduction to Lifting and Shifting SSIS to the Cloud – is now available (registration required). Abstract How does an enterprise lift and shift SSIS projects from SSIS Catalogs on-premises to the Azure Data Factory Integration Runtime? What are the best practices? Do SSIS lifecycle management tools exist to …
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ADF Execute SSIS Package Activity

The good people who work on Azure Data Factory recently added an Execute SSIS Package activity. It’s pretty cool. Let’s tinker with it some, shall we? First, you will need to create an Azure Data Factory SSIS Integration Runtime. If you don’t know how, that’s ok – I’ve written a post titled Lift and Shift SSIS …
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Lift and Shift SSIS Part 1: Deploy Integration Runtime SSIS

What if I told you, “You can quickly and easily deploy Integration Runtime SSIS projects to Azure Data Factory?” You can! As shown in the image, you can simply right-click the SSIS project name in SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) Solution Explorer and click Deploy to deploy the project to the Azure Data Factory (ADF) …
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Lift and Shift SSIS Part 0: Creating the ADF Integration Runtime

Let’s face it: All the cool kids are playing in the cloud. And why wouldn’t they be? Microsoft Azure gets new features every week… sometimes every day! One shiny feature is Azure Data Factory Integration Runtime (ADFIR) which is new in Azure Data Factory version 2. In this post I will show you one way to …
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