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Even though the SSIS catalog and the new project deployment mode in SQL Server 2012 take care of many of the mundane monitoring needs, a custom ETL framework is still important for handling features such as restartability and parallelism. Join our next Atlanta BI User Group meeting on Monday, March 31st when Aneel Ismaily will talk about this subject in his "Building a Custom ETL Framework with SSIS 2012" presentation.

"ETL Frameworks are the foundation of any data warehouse/data mart implementation. In this session we will discuss building a heavy-duty enterprise ETL Framework and will talk in detail about some major ETL enhancements available in SQL Server 2012. Topics include auditing, logging, designing for fault tolerance and recoverability, handling orchestration, parallelism and finally scheduling."

X-IO will sponsor the meeting and present their Intelligent Storage Element fast storage product.


Posted Mon, Mar 24 2014 4:36 PM by tlachev
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