Migrate SSIS Packages to ADF (Azure Data Factory)

Pluralsight Course - Migrating SSIS Packages to Azure Data Factory

I am very happy to announce that I released my first course Migrate SSIS Packages to ADF (Lift-and-shift SSIS Packages to Azure Data Factory v2) on Pluralsight. I designed this course to be visually elegant.

These are the items covered in the Migrate SSIS Packages to ADF course:

  • Getting Started with Azure Data Factory
    • Just an introduction to ADF and why you need to move the packages from SSIS to ADF (Azure Data Factory)
  • Running SSIS Packages in Azure Data Factory
    • Different ways you can lift-and-shift SSIS Packages to ADF. Also how you can configure the pipeline with variables, parameters, etc)
  • Securing data in Azure Data Factory
    • Learn about the security aspects of ADF migration (Azure Key Vault, Using Managed Identity, Service Principal authentication, etc)
  • Scheduling SSIS Packages in Azure Data Factory
    • Learn how you can schedule the SSIS packages in ADF (with schedule trigger, event-based trigger, tumbling window trigger, scheduling Azure SSIS Integration Runtime, etc)
  • Monitoring Azure Data Factory Pipelines
    • Different techniques to monitor the ADF pipelines
  • What’s next?
    • Next steps (action items) for you once you complete the course

Now what?

Watch the course trailer so you know what to expect:

Full course link: Migrating SSIS Packages to Azure Data Factory

Some screenshots/video clips from the ‘Migrate SSIS Packages to Azure Data Factory (ADF)’ course:

How Azure Data Factory Works:

Azure Data Factory v2 Integration Runtime (ADF IR):

Execute SSIS Packages that connect to on-premises data with Azure SSIS IR:

Blog post on executing SSIS Packages that connect to on-premises data with Azure SSIS Integration Runtime

Azure SQL DB vs. Managed Instance:

Tumbling Window Triggers, and how they work:

How Tumbling Window Trigger works for scheduling SSIS Packages in Azure Data Factory
How Tumbling Window Trigger works for scheduling SSIS Packages in Azure Data Factory

I would love to know your feedback. Please comment on how you like the course.


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