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From Zero to SSIS! Learning SQL Server Integration Services

By Press Release, (first published: 2010/08/19)

From Zero to SSIS! Learning SQL Server Integration Services with Andy Leonard

October 6 - 8, 2010

Waltham, MA

Boston SQL Server Training is dedicated to bringing you the best SQL Server training on the planet, delivered by the best SQL Server trainers on the planet. Our Fall 2010 course features SQL Server MVP Andy Leonard, an internationally known architect, developer, and author. Over the course of three days, learn everything YOU need to know about SQL Server Integration Services from one of the world's foremost SSIS experts.

How Well Do You Know SQL Server Integration Services?

SQL Server Integration Services can be an excellent resource--if you know what you're doing. How well do you use SSIS to develop data integration and ETL solutions? How familiar are you with SSIS's ability to load a database warehouse dimension? And are you managing, monitoring, and administering SSIS in the enterprise as efficiently as possible? This October, Andy Leonard can help you answer these questions.

Learn by Doing: Get Down and Dirty with SSIS

Most technologists learn best by doing. Andy Leonard's From Zero to SSIS! course is designed to maximize the time students will work with SSIS. Attendees will participate in several labs and approach the coursework with a hands-on approach. Take your SQL Server skills to the next level and register today.

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