I am delighted to say that I will speak at this year’s Pass Summit 2013 in NC Charlotte.
Session that I will speak on it is:
This will be my first attendance in Pass Summit and I am looking forward to see many of you, and also many SQL Server professionals there.
After deploying SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) packages and projects into production, you might see that some packages crashed or an error was reported. In many cases, you can’t install SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) on production systems, but in some cases, you will need to troubleshoot packages in production versus in your development environment.
This session reveals some methods for troubleshooting failed SSIS packages in a production environment without SSDT, including using extensive logging, error handling in packages, data taps, and more. We will also explore some extensions for SSIS, such as an extension for execution order of packages that helps control execution in production and helps you find the root cause of the error in production.
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