If you’ve been looking for some free training on SQL Server Integration Services, I’ve got the answer for you. The details are below and you can register for the event here.
ITCare, delivered and hosted quarterly by our Partners is designed to keep you up to date on the cutting-edge technologies. ITCare is a FREE half-day technical seminar series created by IT Professionals for IT Professionals! We’ll address the needs and issues today and show you how to make a real difference in the way that you work.
SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) offers a wide range of features and functionality that can be used to solve business pains within Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) processes. These pains can be caused by the performance of current ETL process, the maintainability of ETL processes or represent a new pain that SSIS features can resolve. This presentation will provide a demonstration of real world scenarios where features of SSIS were used to solve business pains through modification of existing SSIS packages or through the creation of new SSIS packages. The session will also discuss current best practices in SSIS package design.
1. Understand flexibility that SSIS features provide
2. Demonstrate application of SSIS functionality to business needs
3. Discuss current best practices in SSIS package design
IT Administrators, IT Managers, Business Intelligence, DBA, SQL Server administrators.
Understanding of basic ETL concepts and basic T-SQL coding
1 Half Day
Speaker: Jason Strate of Digineer, Inc.
Jason Strate has been a Database Architect for over ten years. His experiences include designing and implementing both OLAP and OLTP solutions involving clustering servers, database monitoring and tuning, analysis services, DTS/Integration Services, Reporting Services, and Notification Services. Jason is actively involved with the local PASS chapter (SQL Server User Group); he is currently serving on the Executive Board and has presented at monthly meetings. Jason contributed to Microsoft’s published white paper “Empowering Enterprise Solutions with SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition and actively blogs about SQL Server and related technologies. Also this past year, Jason participated in the development of Microsoft Certification exams for SQL Server 2008 and presented at the SSWUG SQL Server Launch Event and the last two SSWUG Virtual SQL Server Conferences.