5 Responses to “Metadata Driven ETL Process with Change Data Capture”

  1. SSIS ETL Scalability « Garrett Edmondson Says:

    [...] Garrett Edmondson Microsoft Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing « Metadata Driven ETL Process with Change Data Capture [...]

  2. Metadata Driven ETL Process « Garrett Edmondson Says:

    [...] This is the first in a series of posts see: Metadata Driven ETL Process with Change Data Capture [...]

  3. SSIS ETL Frameworks « Garrett Edmondson Says:

    [...] unique that has saved me a lot of headaches! Hopefully it can help you as well. Combine that with Change Data Capture and it scales very [...]

  4. CHECKSUM vs HashBytes « Garrett Edmondson Says:

    [...] well  It can give you the ability to break large problems into smaller more manageable sizes  or scale out your ETL process ;) PDW even uses a similar method to distribute data internally among all the compute [...]

  5. CDC for in SQL 2012 « Garrett Edmondson Says:

    [...] The is one the best little known features for 2012. If you have  a data source that is either SQL or Oracle now you no excuse not to do CDC.  Along with CDC I would highly recommend give you ETL the ability to do good old fashion RBAR (row-by-row) delta detection. I have already built  an example CDC Framework. [...]

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