Louisville SQL Server and Power BI User Group

Welcome to the Louisville SQL Server & Power BI Users Group!

Our group is generally made up of folks that hail from the Derby City and surrounding Ohio River Valley area, who all have a passion for Microsoft SQL Server and the technologies that surround it. 

We are a diverse group with skills ranging from "accidental DBA's" to senior administrators, seasoned developers to big data analysts and all of the other backgrounds that fall in between.

Do you love to learn? 

Do you love sharing what you know about the complex challenges of working with SQL Server?

Then come join us, and make yourself at home.  

 

Next Meeting

Thursday,

April

12

Designing ETL Frameworks with SSIS

Join us on Thursday, April 12th for the next meeting of the Louisville SQL Server and Power BI Users Group! 

We will meet at the TEKSystems facility. Meeting information is as follows:

Topic: Designing ETL Frameworks with SSIS

Description:  

In this session James will cover the need for a comprehensive framework. We'll discuss removing the complexity from SSIS workflows into a table driven queue. The queue allows for developers to focus less on editing packages and more on data analysis/modeling. Extending the queue by developing common package execution types provides consistency across all processing. Common package execution simplifies standards and provides consistent logging for performance analysis and notification. Built-in parallelism and execution types allows for easy scalability.

Speaker: James Chappell 

James Chappell is a currently a Senior Business Intelligence Developer at Republic Bank. He has 8 years of experience working the full Microsoft BI Stack as a BI Developer. He has been responsible for leading projects for a fast paced 150+ tenant data warehouse. Has experienced developing BI infrastructures supported by the Microsoft stack in health and finance. He also has experience developing reports through SSRS and building dashboards through Tableau and PowerBI


Featured Presentation:

Designing ETL Frameworks with SSIS

James Chappell, BI Developer Republic Bank

In this session James will cover the need for a comprehensive framework. We'll discuss removing the complexity from SSIS workflows into a table driven queue. The queue allows for developers to focus less on editing packages and more on data analysis/modeling. Extending the queue by developing common package execution types provides consistency across all processing. Common package execution simplifies standards and provides consistent logging for performance analysis and notification. Built-in parallelism and execution types allows for easy scalability.

About James:
Will finish later

 

 

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