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Default SSIS Design Practices - Limit synchronicity

Dear Author:

I have trouble understanding "Limit synchronicity" Design Practice presented in Chapter 11 (page 347).

By definition “Synchronicity” is “The state or fact of being synchronous or simultaneous " - two or more process happening at the same time.

Is it not the same as parallel? Why should parallel processing be limited?

I do not dispute efficiency of Data Flow, but the term “Limit synchronicity” is confusing.

Thanks.





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