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1\9.SSIS 2008R2_Training - Introduction to SSIS


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It's a SQL server 2008R2 SSIS introduction session.These slides will give you brief introduction of SSIS. You can skip the session if you are already know the basics and history of SSIS.

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1\9.SSIS 2008R2_Training - Introduction to SSIS

  1. 1. PRESENTED BY: PRAMOD SINGLA 1. Introduction to SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) .
  2. 2. Content  What is SSIS?  Basic SSIS package  Why SSIS?  Architecture  Package Development  Introduction to Import and Export Wizard  Integration Services Connection Project in BIDS  Integration Services Projects in BIDS  Demo: Exploring Import and Export Wizard  Demo: Exploring BIDS
  3. 3. What Is SSIS?  BI ( SSIS,SSAS,SSR S)  ETL( Extraction, Transformation and Loading) Tool  New version of DTS  Other ETL tools: Informatica, Talend etc.
  4. 4. Basic SSIS package Extraction Transformation Loading
  5. 5. Why SSIS?  World Record:1TB in 30 Minutes with SSIS  Merging Data from Heterogeneous Data Stores  Automating Administrative Functions and Data Loading  Populating Data Warehouses and Data Marts  Free with SQL server
  6. 6. •The run-time engine implements the control flow and package management infrastructure •The data flow engine is a specialized, high performance engine that is exclusively dedicated to extracting, transforming, and loading data. SSIS Architecture
  7. 7. Package Development  Package is the unit of work that is created, saved and executed  Stored in XML format  Created using Import and Export Wizard  Using BIDS
  8. 8. Package Development (Using Import Export Wizard) Import/Export Data  Choose Data Source  Choose Destination  Specify the Table/Query  Edit Mapping  Save and Run package
  9. 9. SSIS Development Environment(Using Bids)  SSIS Projects:  Data Sources  Data Source Views  SSIS Packages:  Control flow  Tasks  Loops, sequences and events  Variables and scoping  Precedence constraints  Connections Manager  Data flow  Source and destination adapters  Transformations  Multiple sources with joins and unions  Multiple destinations with splits and multicast
  10. 10. SSIS Development Environment(Using Bids) Data sources  A data source is a connection reference that you create outside a package.  A real-time reference to a data store connection, which includes all tables and views in the data store.  Data source views  Provide a subset of data from a data source  You can extend a data source view by adding calculated columns that are populated by custom expressions, adding new relationships between tables, replacing tables in the data source view with queries, and adding related tables.
  11. 11. SSIS Development Environment(Using Bids) Control flow Manages flow of the package and perform other management tasks like logging ,checkpoint ,transaction handling etc.  Tasks  Tasks do the work in packages. The most important task is the data flow task  Containers  Containers allow you to group together, or loop through, the tasks  Precedence constraints  Precedence constraints join tasks together
  12. 12. SSIS Development Environment(Using Bids)  A connection manager is a logical representation of a connection  Different types of connection managers enable packages to connect to a variety of data sources and servers
  13. 13. SSIS Development Environment(Using Bids) Data flow  Is a engine dedicated to ETL process.
  14. 14. Demo
  15. 15. Resources & Questions Contact me :   Microsoft Resources:    /776.sql-server-integration-services-ssis.aspx