Building a Better ETL Platform with SSIS

Building a Better ETL Platform with SSIS
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An Introduction to Data Warehousing Using SQL Server Integration Services

Learn the basics of a data warehouse.

Understand what ETL stands for and why it differs from normal database processes.
Develop SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) packages for ETL.
Deploy SSIS packages to a server.

Students must be proficient in writing SQL.

Do you need to migrate a large volume of data without tying up your infrastructure
Do you run complex queries that max out your system resources
Are you building an analytics platform for business intelligence or data science
If the answer to any of these questions is "yes", then Faster SQL Mastery is the course for you!
Building a Better ETL with SSIS introduces you to the basics of ETL using Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services, or SSIS. You'll learn the following topics in this course
Data Warehousing Overview
ETL Architecture Strats
Change Tracking
SSIS Development
SSIS Deployment
I am a senior SQL database architect with over fifteen years of experience working with MS SQL Server. With the increasing opportunities in data eeering, data science, and business intelligence, SQL developers must be able to transition seamlessly into the world of analytics and data eeering.
Building a data warehouse requires a different set of skills than administering an ordinary application back-end database. Here you will get some real-world experience on how to set up and manage an ETL process that feeds a data warehouse to support these applications.
If you are an intermediate SQL developer or junior DBA with only a few years of experience, this course is perfect for elevating your SQL skills to expert levels. Enroll today to enhance your SQL expertise!

Advanced SQL developers learning business intelligence and data warehousing.


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