SSIS Catalog Reports

Andy Leonard announces SSIS Catalog Reports:

I’ve released a (very early) version of SSIS Catalog Reports – v0.1 – on GitHub. You can access the project here.

My main goal is to provide some visibility into the SSIS Catalog without the need for SQL Server Management Studio.

These are Reporting Services reports, so they should work anywhere SSRS is hosted.  This looks like a helpful project for companies with ops people who don’t want or need SQL Server Management Studio but do need information on the SSIS catalog.

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