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Andy Leonard is an author and engineer who enjoys building and automating data integration solutions. Andy is co-host of the Data Driven podcast. Andy is no longer updating this blog. His current blog is

From Zero To SSIS Training: 4-8 Mar 2013 in Reston Virginia

Want to learn more about SSIS? I  can help. In my course - From Zero To SSIS – I teach you how to effectively use SSIS to deliver data integration solutions.

This is not a market-y survey of the bells and whistles contained in SSIS. I focus on the tasks data integration and ETL developers will use to produce SSIS packages in the enterprise.

How do I know which tasks are used most?

SSISDesignPatternsCover2I have been using SSIS since the early beta versions. For over two years, I managed a team of ETL developers at Unisys as we built Medicaid solutions for two state governments and maintained the Medicaid solution for another state. When we needed more people, I had a hard time finding experienced SSIS developers. I needed a way to bring less-experienced developers up to speed quickly. I found a way to train data integration developers to use SSIS to build enterprise-ready, metadata-framework-driven SSIS applications in less than one week. The experience served as the basis for this course which has been delivered publicly and privately to hundreds of students over the past two years.

You can learn more about – and register for – the course here.

Advanced registration is available until 1 Feb 2013: $2,749 USD

Registration after 1 Feb 2013: $2,999 USD

I hope to see you there!


Published Thursday, January 10, 2013 12:00 PM by andyleonard
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