Presentation Update: Change Data Capture (CDC) Made Easy With SSIS 2012

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Come get your learn on with Pragmatic Works and myself! In January I’ll be dropping some knowledge about change data capture and how to consume it with SSIS. CDC is one of the features I wish more of my clients were leveraging. It makes doing incremental loads dramatically more simplified. In this session I’ll show you quickly how to enable CDC then how to use SSIS to consume the data. Check out the details and a link to register below. Oh, did I mention it’s free?? Be sure to register even if you aren’t able to attend so you can get a link to the recording and watch it later.
Registration Link: http://www.pragmaticworks.com/LearningCenter/FreeTrainingWebinars/FutureWebinars.aspx?ResourceId=608
Title: Change Data Capture (CDC) Made Easy With SSIS 2012
Date: January 28, 2014
Description: One of the hidden gems introduced in SQL Server 2008 was change data capture. Loading your data warehouse has never been easier thanks to new components in SSIS 2012 designed specifically to consume CDC data. This amazing feature automates the process of detecting inserts, updates and deletes in your data; a vital step in determining type 1 and type 2 record updates. This session will begin by discussing the setup and configuration of CDC. Next Brad will jump into SQL Server Data Tools and walk you step by step through creating an SSIS package to load a dimension that will leverage all the new tasks and components. After this session you will have a very powerful tool in your SSIS tool belt.


Update November 10, 2015
Here is a link to the files I mentioned in my webinar if you would like to download them and run through the demos on your own computer: http://tinyurl.com/bradleyschachtcdc

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Bradley Schacht

Bradley Schacht is a Senior Program Manager on the Microsoft Azure Synapse Analytics team based in Jacksonville, FL. He has worked with Microsoft SQL Server and Azure data services since 2009 as a consultant, trainer, and architect. He has co-authored 4 SQL Server and Power BI books, most recently the Microsoft Power BI Quick Start Guide. Bradley enjoys solving interesting problems and teaching others to use new technology. He frequently presents at community events around the country, is a contributor to sites such as SQLServerCentral.com, and is a member of the Jacksonville SQL Server User Group (JSSUG).

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Bradley Schacht

Bradley Schacht is a Senior Program Manager on the Microsoft Azure Synapse Analytics team based in Jacksonville, FL. He has worked with Microsoft SQL Server and Azure data services since 2009 as a consultant, trainer, and architect. He has co-authored 4 SQL Server and Power BI books, most recently the Microsoft Power BI Quick Start Guide. Bradley enjoys solving interesting problems and teaching others to use new technology. He frequently presents at community events around the country, is a contributor to sites such as SQLServerCentral.com, and is a member of the Jacksonville SQL Server User Group (JSSUG).

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