NEW – version 3! SSIS Catalog Compare supports SSIS project configuration, deployment, lift-and-shift, on-premises migration, code promotion, and comparison between SSIS Catalogs versions 2012 – Azure Data Factory SSIS Integration Runtime.
“Is there a way to execute a batch of SSIS packages with a single command? In a container?”
SSIS Framework Community Edition is a free, open source project from Enterprise Data & Analytics. Execute an “SSIS Application” – one or more SSIS packages – with a single command! Andy blogged: It is Possible to Execute SSIS in a Container. He uses an SSIS Framework to test SSIS applications in containers.
“Can I view all of the SSIS Catalog at a glance?”
SSIS Catalog Browser is a free utility. SSIS Catalog Browser is a single-treeview Catalog viewer, similar to
SSIS Catalog Compare. SSIS Catalog Browser presents a rich, complete view of the SSIS projects, packages, and configurations metadata deployed to enterprise SSIS Catalog instances.
“Do I have to install SSMS to see SSIS Catalog Reports data?”
Catalog Reports is a free, open source SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) project.
Download and deploy in your enterprise to view SSIS Catalog Reports data without installing SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS)!
“Can I use Power BI to view SSIS Catalog execution logs?”
Basic SSIS Catalog Dashboard in Power BI is a free Power Bi template.
Basic SSIS Catalog Dashboard in Power BI is a simple Catalog dashboard with slicers for Date components and
SSIS Catalog projects and packages.
“Can I automate SSIS Package generation from metadata?”
Data Integration Lifecycle Management Suite can help!
The Data Integration Lifecycle Management (DILM) Suite is a collection of free and commercial solutions designed to support DevOps with SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) in the enterprise. Want to keep up with our announcements and free webinars? Join our mailing list today!