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Populating a Data Warehouse with SSIS and Biml Patterns

Speaker:

Jim Miller

Abstract:

This session will demonstrate how to leverage Biml Patterns, along with SQL Server Metadata, to rapidly build SSIS packages. The focus of this session will be on populating a data warehouse, however the concepts presented could be applied to most any ETL/ETL scenarios. The components used during this session: – Biml – BimlExpress – BimlSnap On-line are all available at no charge. In addition, attendees will receive: – A complete ‘SQL Server Metadata Manager’ solution (front and back end) – A fully functional SSIS Framework.

Bio:

Jim has worked in various facets of the IT business for over 30 years, with a primary focus on data warehousing, reporting and analytics, business intelligence, data modeling (relational, multi-dimensional), ETL frameworks, database architecture, SDLC, object oriented analysis & design, as well as database performance tuning. In previous engagements, Jim has fulfilled roles as Data Architect, DBA, IT Director, and Senior Consultant. He also has experience in account management, marketing/technical support, and software application training. Jim has also had some extraordinary opportunities to lead IT organizations, with multinational participants, on reconstruction projects based in Bosnia and Iraq.

Recorded At:

SQL Saturday 766 Houston 2018

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