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Learn SSIS from Andy!
|“I recently took From Zero to SSIS with Andy Leonard. What I discovered about Andy’s personality matched his teaching style. Andy treated each student as a respected friend; he focused on the most important aspects of SSIS, using real world examples for labs; he willingly offered his time and resources; he has an immense understanding of SSIS. This is the best week of training I have had in the 15 years I have been in the industry.”
Why Train with Andy Leonard?
Andy is an author with decades of ETL experience and years of SQL Server Integration Services experience.
Andy is a professional trainer and mentor, and is passionate about SSIS.
He regularly provides advice and free instruction at his blog at SQLBlog.com and on Twitter (@AndyLeonard). When respected members of the SQL Server community have SSIS questions, they seek out Andy Leonard.
Andy Leonard offers SQL Server Integration Services training:
From Zero To SSIS!
The next 5-Day Course scheduled for 15-19 Oct 2012!
When: 15-19 Oct 2012 (5 days)
Cost: $1,799USD Early Bird, $1,999 after 28 Sep 2012
Where: Reston Virginia
You will need to bring your laptop and you will need a version of SQL Server 2008 or newer - preferably 2008 R2 or 2012. SSIS will need to be installed and functioning. You can obtain a 180-day Trial Edition of SQL Server here.
From Zero to SSIS! is designed to train technology professionals in the fine art of using SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) to build data integration and Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) solutions. The course is focused around labs and emphasizes a hands-on approach.
The target audience for this training is database professionals, application developers, and business intelligence practitioners interested in acquiring or expanding their existing SSIS skill set. No experience with SQL Server or SQL Server Integration Services is required before attending this training. It is helpful (but not required) that students possess some knowledge of and experience with relational databases. SQL Server knowledge/experience will be more helpful than experience and knowledge with other technologies.