When trying to install SQL, Windows Update KB2919355 is a prerequisite, and on a new server this is not always installed and the SQL install stops until it is rectified.
Occasionally when you try and install the update you get the error KB2919355 is not applicable, yet the update is not installed. After searching the internet high and low a solution was found.
If you install Windows Update KB2975061 first and restart the machine and then install KB2919355 and restart the machine again, the SQL install prerequisites will be successful and you can continue with your install.
Hope this solution helps you and you get less grey hair and frustration trying to figure it out.
Before you can deploy a SSIS project you need to set up SSIS in SQL Server Management Studio. When installing SQL you will select to install SSIS, however, it does not setup the SSISSDB or configure any settings for SSIS.
Here are the steps for setting up SSIS in SQL Server Management Studio.
Right-click on Integrations Services Catalogs and select Create Catalog.
Check the box next to Enable CLR Integration and set a password for your SSISDB and click Ok.
You will then see you SSISDB listed under Databases and under Integration Services Catalogs.
Now you will be able to deploy your SSIS project to your server where you have set up SSIS.
The next post will be on deploying an SSIS project.