- Full Description
SQL Server Integration Services is groundbreaking. It exists for both the database administrator and the developer, as well as that new role SSIS has created between the twothe data artisan.
Pro SQL Server 2005 Integration Services contains everything you could ever hope to know about this exciting development from Microsoft: developer insight, Microsoft group managerlevel access, personal experience of using the technology in the realworld, and finegrained analysis. If you want to rapidly gain knowledge and context from your data, Microsofts latest and greatest interpretation of enterprise application integration, SQL Server Integration Services, is for you. As part of the extensive SQL Server suite, Integration Services is a more serious and expandable interpretation of the integration paradigm than previously available. At once both simple to use yet incredibly complex, it goes far beyond being a reimagining and reengineering of DTS, and it's all presented in a familiar Visual Studio context. Its agile, its service-oriented, its everything to everyone.
Written for the developer, the database administrator, and the data artisan, Pro SQL Server 2005 Integration Services will show you how to develop and deploy enterprise SSIS solutions in multibillionitem environments. It's everything SSIS, explained for everyone!
What youll learn
- Understand how to develop and deploy SSIS solutions that will perform in multibillionitem environments from an author who has been there and done it
- Build bespoke custom components tailored to your projects exact requirements
- Create perfomant and scalable solutions with an eye to future requirements and upgrades
Who this book is for
This book is for anyone working with SQL Server who has an interest in the Integration Services technology. Deep experience of SQL Server 2005 is not expected; however, you should be comfortable with fundamental techniques.
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