Perth SQL Server User Group

Event

Next Meeting: Thu, Jul 28 2016

BIML for SSIS (Harish Saini)

Language: English
Event Type: In-Person
Online Meeting URL: None
RSVPURL: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pssug-biml-for-ssis-harish-saini-tickets-26680437908

BIML for SSIS

BIML is XML based language that allows metadata based generation of a whole BI solution. It's really powerful in automating building of ETL process using SSIS and can be used free via BIDS helper, a free tool that is well known to Microsoft BI developers. Let the speaker take you to the journey from how to start with BIML to having a template that can be used to automate creation of SSIS packages. We will see how it can help significantly reduce the development time for ETL process and at the same time increase the quality by keeping the standard practices & design patterns.

About the speaker

Harish is a Business Intelligence Architect who works for P&N Bank. He has over 20 years of experience in Microsoft Technologies.  Lately he has shifted his focus on delivery of BI Solutions and has end-to-end experience across the Microsoft BI Stack. A significant part of his work involves developing database solutions and tuning SQL servers and queries. He holds a number of Microsoft Certifications, including MCSE - SQL 2014 BI and MSCA – SQL 2014.

About the Perth SQL Server User Group

PSSUG is a PASS chapter run by Jenny Richardson and Cody Konior. We meet once a month to enjoy technical presentations about SQL Server over complimentary pizza and refreshments.

Whether it's your first time attending, or you just haven't been in a while, come join us!

 

 

When

iCal
UTC : Thu, Jul 28 2016 09:00 - 11:00
Event Time : Thu, Jul 28 2016 17:00 - 19:00 (UTC+08:00) Perth
Your Local Time: Thu, Jul 28 2016 09:00 - 11:00

Where

Level 3, 100 St George's Terrace
Perth , WA

Direction: None

Featured Presentation

BIML for SSIS

Speaker: Harish Saini, Business Intelligence Architect P&N Bank

Summary: BIML for SSIS BIML is XML based language that allows metadata based generation of a whole BI solution. It's really powerful in automating building of ETL process using SSIS and can be used free via BIDS helper, a free tool that is well known to Microsoft BI developers. Let the speaker take you to the journey from how to start with BIML to having a template that can be used to automate creation of SSIS packages. We will see how it can help significantly reduce the development time for ETL process and at the same time increase the quality by keeping the standard practices & design patterns. About the speaker Harish is a Business Intelligence Architect who works for P&N Bank. He has over 20 years of experience in Microsoft Technologies. Lately he has shifted his focus on delivery of BI Solutions and has end-to-end experience across the Microsoft BI Stack. A significant part of his work involves developing database solutions and tuning SQL servers and queries. He holds a number of Microsoft Certifications, including MCSE - SQL 2014 BI and MSCA – SQL 2014. About the Perth SQL Server User Group PSSUG is a PASS chapter run by Jenny Richardson and Cody Konior. We meet once a month to enjoy technical presentations about SQL Server over complimentary pizza and refreshments. Whether it's your first time attending, or you just haven't been in a while, come join us!

About Harish: Harish is a Business Intelligence Architect who works for P&N Bank. He has over 20 years of experience in Microsoft Technologies. Lately he has shifted his focus on delivery of BI Solutions and has end-to-end experience across the Microsoft BI Stack. A significant part of his work involves developing database solutions and tuning SQL servers and queries. He holds a number of Microsoft Certifications, including MCSE - SQL 2014 BI and MSCA – SQL 2014.

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Microsoft provides us with a venue in which to host our meetings once a month.

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