Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Integration Services. Problem, Design, Solution

  • ID: 2251586
  • Book
  • 480 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Build practical SSIS solutions to real–world problems

SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) is the most widely adopted Business Intelligence (BI) component of SQL Server and the leading extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL) tool in the data warehouse industry. Written by a team of Microsoft MVPs for SQL Server, this book presents you with an array of common problems that SSIS administrators and developers face on a daily basis, and walks you through the steps necessary to solve these challenges.

  • Demonstrates how to solve common pitfalls involved with SSIS deployment

  • Shares solutions for challenges you may encounter with package deployment and storage decisions

  • Explores file handling and processing methods

  • Reviews best practices for data extraction

  • Covers the basic concepts and challenges of dimension table ETL and fact table ETL

  • Solves problems that may arise with scripting design patterns and SSIS package scaling

  • Discusses how to effectively scale and performance–tune SSIS packages

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Introduction.

Chapter 1: SSIS Solution Architecture.

Chapter 2: SSIS Management Framework Design.

Chapter 3: Package Deployment and Storage Decisions.

Chapter 4: File–Handling and Processing Methods.

Chapter 5: Data Extraction Best Practices.

Chapter 6: Data–Cleansing Design.

Chapter 7: Dimension Table ETL.

Chapter 8: Fact Table ETL.

Chapter 9: SSAS Processing Architecture.

Chapter 10: Implementing Scale–Out ETL Process.

Chapter 11: Scripting Design Patterns.

Chapter 12: SSIS Package Scaling.

Index.

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