Connect to On-premises Data in Azure Data Factory with the Self-hosted Integration Runtime04-09-2019 0 Comment(s)
The self-hosted integration runtime is a service running in Azure Data Factory, but you can add local compute nodes on local servers in your on-premises network. A connection is created between the nodes and the integration runtime within your Azure Data Factory (ADF) in Azure. Through this connection, ADF can reach your local data and copy it securely to the cloud. This set-up is very similar to the Power BI on-premises gateway. In fact, the self-hosted integration runtime used to be called the "data management gateway".
An alternative to using the self-hosted integration runtime (IR), is to use an on-premises ETL tool - like SSIS - to push the data to the cloud. However, this means you need a SQL Server license and a server. The self-hosted IR service is free to use and can be run on any local server. If you want to migrate your data infrastructure to the cloud, Azure Data Factory (and other Azure tools like Logic Apps) are a better choice.
It's important to note that the self-hosted IR will grant ADF access to your on-premises sources, but not the Azure-SSIS IR. If you want SSIS packages to connect to your local environment, you need to join the Azure-SSIS IR to a virtual network.
Setting Up the Self-Hosted Integration Runtime
The first step is setting up the self-hosted IR in ADF. Then we install a node (or multiple nodes) on a local server and connect the node with the integration runtime.
In ADF, go to the edit pane, then to connections (at the bottom) and finally to the Integration Runtimes. There, click on the Newbutton to create a new IR.
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