This is a short series of posts on how to install Microsoft SQL Server 2016; the series index can be found here.
When I started the installation of the Analysis Cubes for Microsoft Dynamics GP as part of my Hands On with GP 2016 R2 series, I knew I needed SQL Server Analysis Services (clue was in the name), but I didn’t initially realise that I was going to need SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) although in retrospect it should have been obvious too.
The reason SSIS is needed, is that the Analysis Cubes in SSAS are populated by integration jobs from SSIS (scheduled using SQL Server Agent).
So I had to come back and install SSIS. You do this by launching the SQL Server setup utility and, under Installation click on New SQL Server stand-alone installation or add features to an existing installation: