Automate your SSIS development with BIML
Ever tried to import a file with the Import/Export wizard? Or created a bunch of SSIS packages to process a data warehouse load? Then you know how much work it is to specify the metadata correctly just to create a package that actually works. Wouldn't it be cool if you had a descriptive language which looks at your metadata and just created the packages for you? This is what BIML is all about. In this session I explain what BIML is, how it works and I'll show you how you can generate your packages and quickly respond to changes. You can expect a demo rich session with lots of notes from the field and practical examples. This is not just for BI developers, DBA's or SQL dev's who need to import or export data occasionally will learn some quick and easy tricks as well.
18:00 – 20:00 (Snacks & drinks will be provided from 17:30)
Microsoft Cape Town Office, Golf Park 3, Engen House, Raapenberg Road, Mowbray, Cape Town
We hope to see you there.
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