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Webinar: Change Detection in SQL Server

change_medChange detection is a critical component of any system that moves data from one structure to another. Most data movement mechanisms are designed to move a subset of the data – only that which is new or changed since the last load. For that to work properly, there must be a reliable system for detecting delta data touched since the most recent load.

Next Tuesday, March 26th, I’ll be hosting a free webinar entitled Change Tracking in SQL Server. In this webinar, we will review the tools and design patterns available in SQL Server for performing change detection. From source detection methods including change tracking and change data capture, to in-flight comparisons using hashed values, direct comparisons in SSIS data flows, and even brute-force methods as a last resort, we’ll cover the spectrum of change detection tools in SQL Server.

Reserve your seat for this webinar today. I look forward to seeing you all there!

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Tim Mitchell
Tim Mitchell is a business intelligence and SSIS consultant who specializes in getting rid of data pain points. Need help with data warehousing, ETL, reporting, or SSIS training? Contact Tim here: TimMitchell.net/contact

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