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Speaks to a growing market. ETL is a key enabler of business intelligence solutions. Much of what is new in SQL Server 2012 is built to support growing demand for such solutions.
Contains commentary by Andy Leonard, who was a key co-author of the most successful book ever on Integration Services.
Provides Microsoft MVP insider perspectives on developing ETL solutions on Microsoft's latest and greatest database platform.
Pro SQL Server 2012 Integration Services teaches how to take advantage of the powerful extract, transform, and load (ETL) platform included with Microsoft SQL Server 2012. You'll learn to build scalable, robust, performance-driven enterprise ETL solutions that save time and make money for your company. You'll learn to avoid common ETL development pitfalls and how to extend the power of your ETL solutions to include virtually any possible transformation on data from any conceivable source. SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) facilitates an unprecedented ability to load data from anywhere, perform any type of manipulation on it, and store it to any source.
Whether you are populating databases, retrieving data from the Web, or performing complex calculations on large data sets, SSIS gives you the tools to get the job done. And this book gives you the knowledge to take advantage of everything SSIS offers.
Helps you design and develop robust, efficient, scalable ETL solutions
Walks you through using the built-in, stock components
Shows how to programmatically extend the power of SSIS to cover any possible scenario