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Azure SQL DB pulling from on-premises SQL Server via Data Gateway


Azure SQL DB pulling from on-premises SQL Server via Data Gateway

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Hallo
I would like to know if and how I could import into an Azure SQL Database pulling data from an on-premises SQL Server via a Microsoft Data Gateway.
Do I need to use something like Microsoft Flow or Azure Data Factory?
Thanks in advance

*UPDATE*
I'll need to feed the Azure Database from many different on-premises SQL Databases from different customers, whose IPs could possibly change over time and in non-predictable ways (switching over backup connections, changes of infrastructure, etc).
Hence in the Azure SQL Database configuration, I could not register all the possible IPs.
So I am looking for a solution to *pull* data more than to *push* it.



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Have you tried using SSIS?
SSIS has a lot of Azure components and will do what you are asking quite easily.
Data Factory will as well, ,not sure about Flow as I have never used it.
You certainly have a choice

Natalie
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LittleKitten - Wednesday, January 10, 2018 2:16 AM
Have you tried using SSIS?
SSIS has a lot of Azure components and will do what you are asking quite easily.
Data Factory will as well, ,not sure about Flow as I have never used it.
You certainly have a choice

Natalie

Thank you LittleKitten, SSIS would have been my first choice, but I omitted that I was looking for something that didn't require to open many endpoints on the Azure SQL Database. I'm updating the original post.




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Have you looked into resolving through DNS rather than IP? Azure DNS?
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LittleKitten - Wednesday, January 10, 2018 4:54 AM
Have you looked into resolving through DNS rather than IP? Azure DNS?

Hallo, these IPs don't have DNS entries and I cannot the customers to register DNS.
I am investigating into Data Factory




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