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What are the best way to move data securely over the network by SSIS?


What are the best way to move data securely over the network by SSIS?

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Need to design ssis package to copy data from local database server to another database server which is public and hosted.

What are the best way to move data securely over the network?


Please suggest.
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You can setup SQL Server to use SSL for connections. I would think that this would be the best way. Otherwise I think you'd have to do some kind of encryption of the data at the source, load the encrypted data into the destination, and then have a process at the destination that runs locally to decrypt the data and insert into the final destination database.



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Will TDE(Transparent Data Encryption) in sqlserver Help this ?
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Another thing i would like to ask is ,how to connect from ssis to sqlserver instance, after ssl is implemented.

Will Simple Connection establishment in package is sufficient or need to use script task for connecting sql sever instance.
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harsimranjeetsinghwasson (6/25/2014)
Will TDE(Transparent Data Encryption) in sqlserver Help this ?


No, TDE only protects that data at rest (on disk). Once the data is read into the buffer pool it is no longer encrypted.



Jack Corbett

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harsimranjeetsinghwasson (6/26/2014)
Another thing i would like to ask is ,how to connect from ssis to sqlserver instance, after ssl is implemented.

Will Simple Connection establishment in package is sufficient or need to use script task for connecting sql sever instance.



Here's the article about it, http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms189067(v=SQL.105).aspx



Jack Corbett

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Hi Jack,

Does it support Express Edition ?
And does a single certificate ,which is being used for web server earlier i.e. https,
can be used sql server even?
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harsimranjeetsinghwasson (6/30/2014)
Hi Jack,

Does it support Express Edition ?
And does a single certificate ,which is being used for web server earlier i.e. https,
can be used sql server even?


Yes it is supported in Express Edition.

I don't know if you can re-use a certificate.

Did you read the article I provided the link for? If you read that and step through it you should be able to set it up.



Jack Corbett

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Don't let the good be the enemy of the best. -- Paul Fleming
At best you can say that one job may be more secure than another, but total job security is an illusion. -- Rod at work

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Hi jack this time, we have two data sources, both exchange data, so i need to implement SSL on both database server , if both are on separate domain.
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