SQL Server Integration Services Training Course – SSIS Training Course

SSIS Training Course

Learn ETL skills by learning how to use SSIS. This SSIS training course gives you the tools for data movement in SQL Server and data warehouses. We cover off the basics, then create a package from end-to-end. We consider the problems with loading dimension and fact tables, if required.

Learning Outcomes

SSIS, architecture, SSIS Toolbox, the data flows, sources, destinations, and problems moving data. This is a hands-on course.

Course Requirements

Power Users, Excel Users, Data Warehouse Developers or Complete Beginners.

Course Length

1-day

SQL Server Integration Services Training Course – SSIS Training Course Agenda

SSIS
  • Import and Export Wizard
  • Data Tools
  • SSIS Toolbox
The Flow
  • Control Flow
  • Data Flow
  • Variables
  • Parameters
SSIS Tasks
  • Script Task
  • Data Flow Task
  • Workflow Tasks
Data Flow
  • Data Sources
  • Destinations
  • Common Transforms
  • Variables, Parameters and Expression
  • Containers & Joining
Error Handling
  • Precedence & Events
  • Errors & Logging
Data Warehouse
  • ETL
  • Dimension Loads
  • Fact Table Loads
  • SSAS Processing

 

Course Price

This course costs £475 excluding VAT

How to Book

Call us or email us on the form below, any questions, ask us!

 

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Summary
SQL Server Integration Services Training Course - SSIS Training Course
Service Type
SQL Server Integration Services Training Course - SSIS Training Course
Provider Name
Sequallity Ltd,
80-83 Long Lane,London,EC1A 9ET,
Telephone No.020 3507 1989
Area
UK
Description
Learn ETL skills by learning how to use SSIS. This SSIS training course gives you the tools for data movement in SQL Server and data warehouses. We cover off the basics, then create a package from end-to-end. We consider the problems with loading dimension and fact tables, if required.