Jamie Thomson

The New ETL Paradigm

SQL Server 2005 will truly introduce a new paradigm in how developers and DBAs work with SQL Server. One area in which dramatic changes have taken place is DTS, which is now renamed to SQL Server Integration Services or SSIS. Expert author Jamie Thomson brings us a look at how the fundamentals of workflow change from DTS to SSIS.

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2008-07-04 (first published: )

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Experiences from a Real World Project

SQL Server 2005 Integration Services changed the ETL paradigm for SQL Server developers and DBAs. SSIS expert Jamie Thomson has been working with this platform for a few years and brings us some real world knowledge based on a large project he completed in 2006. (Reprinted from the SQL Server Standard).

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2007-09-20

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Transactions in SQL Server 2005 Integration Services

SQL Server 2005 no longer has DTS. Instead, the next evolution of ETL tools from Microsoft is Integration Services, with many enhancements and capabilities, far beyond what was available in SQL Server 2000 DTS. New author Jamie Thomson brings us a look at the transaction capabilities of SQLIS in Yukon.

4.69 (13)

2007-02-02 (first published: )

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