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SQL Server 2012 Integration Services Design Patterns by Michelle Ufford, Matt Masson, Jessica M. Moss, Andy Leonard, Tim Mitchell

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Foreword

For me, one of the great pleasures of working at Microsoft was shepherding new products from concept to release. However, it was even more fulfilling to witness the birth and growth of new communities of users, for what is a product without a user? Just bits and bytes on a disk. In my role as Group Product Manager of the SQL Server Integration Services team, it was my privilege to watch the evolution of both the SSIS application and the social network of users.

The Integration Services team, under the exceptional leadership of Kamal Hathi, delivered a product in 2005– SQL Server Integration Services– that was intended to be not only a powerful application in its own right, but a platform for customers and partners to extend and expand ...

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