SQL Server Integration Services, often referred to as SSIS is an ETL component of Microsoft SQL Server 2005. If you've used Data Transformation Services (DTS) before, SSIS can be understood as the follow-up DTS product for the 2005 generation of SQL Server products.
The criticality and accessibility to any number of data sources (via connectors), particularly in the contexts of SSIS sources and destinations. Given the typical usage models we've have observed, careful consideration of either the 32-bit or 64-bit versions can significantly influence your runtime performance.
So how can you make the most informed decision? Join Mike Frost, Product Manager for our SSIS product line and Paul Griffin, Pre-sales Engineer for an online webinar that will explain and demonstrate the best path forward for success with SSIS. Registration and other details are available here.
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