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Andy Leonard is an author and engineer who enjoys building and automating data integration solutions.

2017 SQL Skills SSIS Immersion Events

I’m home after a day of travel that included waking up at quarter-til-early to catch a cab to SeaTac with Tim Mitchell [blog | @Tim_Mitchell], bumpy flights, and a two-hour drive back to Farmville. We had a fantastic time! Our students asked lots of interesting questions and Tim and I were, I believe, able to answer them all (with a little help – please continue reading…).

The next SQL Skills SSIS Immersion Events are scheduled for late April / early May 2017 in Chicago. There are two: IESSIS1 and IESSIS2. As you can glean by perusing the links, IESSIS1 is designed to give those with no experience (or less experience) a firm foundation in the science and art of data integration using SSIS. IESSIS2 is geared for the more experienced data integration developer and architect.

One cool advantage of delivering Immersion Events with SQL Skills: If you have a tangential question that involves advanced SQL Server knowledge, you can pop next door and find someone who knows these answer! That happened this past week. As Tim presented about New Features in SQL Server 2016, he mentioned the SSIS Catalog database (SSISDB) now plays nice with AlwaysOn. That raised a good question: What happens to executing SSIS packages during a failover? I wasn’t sure. Tim wasn’t sure. Jonathan Kehayias [@SQLPoolBoy] was delivering training right next door, so we asked him. He shared his thoughts and offered to run a test for our class. We did that and learned what happens, but we also learned some very interesting tidbits about configuring AlwaysOn for the SSISDB database. In Jonathan’s opinion, configuring AlwaysOn for SSISDB was “difficult,” perhaps even “tricky.”

These are the types of things we share and learn (and I always learn something when delivering training) during IESSIS training events. We hope to see you at the next events in Chicago!

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Related Training:
IESSIS1: Immersion Event on Learning SQL Server Integration Services – April 2017, Chicago
IESSIS2: Immersion Event on Advanced Integration Services – May 2017, Chicago

Learn More:

A New Version of SSDT is Available
Announcing SSIS Catalog Compare v1.0
Stop an SSIS Package
Stairway to Integration Services
Stairway to Biml
SQL Server Central

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Published Saturday, September 24, 2016 12:04 PM by andyleonard
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