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Tim Mitchell

Tim Mitchell is a business intelligence consultant, author, trainer, and Microsoft Data Platform MVP with over thirteen years of data management experience. He is the founder and principal of Tyleris Data Solutions.

Tim has spoken at international and local events including the SQL PASS Summit, SQLBits, SQL Connections, along with dozens of tech fests, code camps, and SQL Saturday events. He is coauthor of the book SSIS Design Patterns, and is a contributing author on MVP Deep Dives 2.

You can visit his website and blog at TimMitchell.net or follow him on Twitter at @Tim_Mitchell.

Archives: January 2017

Retrieve a List of Files from FTP using SSIS

The FTP protocol is one of the oldest methods for sharing and moving files. Although frequently considered to be an “old-school” way to transfer data, FTP is still relied upon in most every data movement architecture. Sadly, the functionality around FTP is very limited in SQL Server Integration Services. A… Read more

3 comments, 1,337 reads

Posted in Tim Mitchell on 20 January 2017

Upcoming Class: Building Better SSIS Packages in Pensacola

I’ll be teaching my popular day-long course, Building Better SSIS Packages, on Thursday, June 1 in Pensacola, Florida. This class is being delivered in conjunction with SQL Saturday Pensacola. Registration is open to the public, and early-bird pricing is in effect until early May. Let me know if you have… Read more

0 comments, 210 reads

Posted in Tim Mitchell on 17 January 2017

Why Data Warehouse Projects Fail

Data warehouse projects are among the most visible and expensive initiatives an organization can undertake. Sadly, they are also among the most likely to fail. At one time, Gartner reported that more than 50% of data warehouses would fail to make it to user acceptance. Because of the size of… Read more

6 comments, 722 reads

Posted in Tim Mitchell on 10 January 2017

What is ETL?

In my ongoing series on ETL Best Practices, I am illustrating a collection of extract-transform-load design patterns that have proven to be highly effective. In the interest of comprehensive coverage on the topic, I am adding to the list an introductory prequel to address the fundamental question: What is ETL?… Read more

0 comments, 2,316 reads

Posted in Tim Mitchell on 6 January 2017

The Side Project

When I first started working as a technologist some 17 years ago, I was doing fairly low-level stuff: moving and reimaging computers, network cabling, and basic desktop support were the extent of my responsibilities. I decided early on that I wanted to move into a more advanced role, but faced… Read more

0 comments, 1,206 reads

Posted in Tim Mitchell on 4 January 2017