Monthly Archives: March 2009

Updating Custom Assembly References in SSIS

Just a quick tip related to a recent problem I had with a custom task I developed for SSIS. I had to recompile it recently, and in the process, managed to change the public key associated with the assembly. Since … Continue reading

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SSWUG Business Intelligence Virtual Conference and SDS

It’s been a busy first quarter, but I should have a little more time available to blog now.  I’ve just completed shooting my sessions for the SSWUG Business Intelligence Virtual Conference, which has been one of the things occupying my … Continue reading

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Scale Up or Scale Out for SQL Server Data Warehouses

Historically, scale up has been the model for Microsoft data warehouses. Running a large, multi-terabyte data warehouse meant buying a lot of hardware for a single server, and hoping that it would be enough, once the warehouse was fully loaded … Continue reading

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