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Architecture of integration services


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Architecture of integration services

  1. 1. Designing and developing the ETL System with SSIS
  2. 2. Overview What is SQL Server Integration Services? Architecture of an Integration Services Architecture of an Integration Services Package
  3. 3. What is SQL Server Integration Services
  4. 4. Architecture of Integration Services Native Managed Object Model Integration Services Runtime Task Task Container Task Task Data Flow Task Task Custom Applications Command Line Utils SSIS Designer SSIS Wizards Custom Tasks Tasks Log Providers Data Sources Integration Services Service .dtsx File msdb Database Enumerators Connection Managers Event Handlers Integration Services Data Flow Data Flow Task Object Model Source Transformation Destination Source Transformation Destination Custom Data Flow Components Data Flow Components Control Flow Engine Data Flow Engine Package Control Flow The control flow is the workflow engine that contains control flow tasks, containers, and precedence constraints, which manage when tasks and containers execute. Runtime engine The Integration Services runtime saves the layout of packages, runs packages, and provides support for logging, breakpoints, configuration, connections, and transactions. Integration Services Service The Integration Services service lets you use SQL Server Management Studio to monitor running Integration Services packages and to manage the storage of packages. Integration Services Package A package is an organized collection of connections, control flow elements, data flow elements, event handlers, variables, and configurations, that you assemble using either the graphical design tools that SQL Server Integration Services provides, or build programmatically. Integration Services Task Tasks are control flow elements that define units of work that are performed in a package control flow. An SQL Server Integration Services package is made up of one or more tasks. If the package contains more than one task, they are connected and sequenced in the control flow by precedence constraints. Integration Services Containers Containers are objects in SQL Server Integration Services that provide structure to packages and services to tasks. They support repeating control flows in packages, and they group tasks and containers into meaningful units of work. Containers can include other containers in addition to tasks. Integration Services Designer SSIS Designer is a graphical tool that you can use to create and maintain Integration Services packages. SSIS Designer is available in Business Intelligence Development Studio as part of an Integration Services project. SSIS includes additional tools, wizards, and command prompt utilities for running and managing Integration Services packages. API or object model The SSIS object model includes managed application programming interfaces (API) for creating custom components for use in packages, or custom applications that create, load, run, and manage packages. Developer can write custom applications or custom tasks or transformations by using any common language runtime (CLR) compliant language. Data Flow Engine The Data Flow task encapsulates the DF engine. DF engine provides the in-memory buffers that move data from source to destination, and calls the sources that extract data from files and databases. The DF engine also manages the transformations that modify data, and the destinations that load data or make data available to other processes. Data Flow Components Integration Services data flow components are the sources, transformations, and destinations that Integration Services includes. You can also include custom components in a data flow.
  5. 5. What is SSIS Package
  6. 6. Architecture of Integration Services Package Package Task Task Container Task Task Data Flow Task Task Variables Log Providers Data Sources Precedence Constrains Connection Managers Event Handlers Data Flow Source Transformation Destination Source Transformation Destination Control Flow Components Data Flow Components Control Flow Elements The control flow elements—tasks and containers—for building the control flow in a package. Control flow elements prepare or copy data, interact with other processes, or implement repeating workflow. Variables The variables that can be used in expressions to dynamically update column values and property expressions, control execution of repeating control flows, and define the conditions that precedence constraints apply. Precedence Constrains Precedence constraints sequence the control flow elements into an ordered control flow and specify the conditions for executing tasks or containers. Log Providers The log providers that support logging of package run-time information such as the start time and the stop time of the package and its tasks and containers. Connection Managers The connection managers that connect to different types of data sources to extract and load data. Data Sources The Data Sources that connect to different types of data sources to extract and load data. Event Handlers The event handlers that run in response to the run-time events that packages, tasks, and containers raise. Data Flow Components The data flow components—sources, transformations, and destinations—for building data flows in a package that extract, transform, and load data. Paths sequence the data flow components into an ordered data flow.
  7. 7. ETL System
  8. 8. ETL Framework and Logical Architecture Extract Data Load Staging Extract from Staging Transform Data Load Dimensions Load Facts Check System State Process Cube Log ETL Process Send Notification OLTP ETL Schema STAGING Schema DWH Schema
  9. 9. Resources Architecture of Integration Services - Architecture of an Integration Services Package - us/library/cc645924.aspx