Configure a Self-Hosted IR as a Proxy For an Azure-SSIS IR in Azure Data Factory with VNET

 Issue: How to Configure A Self-Hosted IR as a Proxy For An Azure SQL Server Integration Service IR in Azure Data Factory with Virtual Network.


In this article, we are going to learn how to configure a self-hosted IR as a proxy to An Azure SQL Server IR in Azure Data Factory with a virtual network, also we will learn, how to create a Virtual network, how to create subnets, how to create Azure SQL Database, how to create a virtual machine and install SSMs on it, how to create a private endpoint for azure SQL database, how to connect from jump host, how to create Azure Data factory, how to create self-hosted integration runtime, how to create SSIS IR with self-hosted IR as proxy and VNET, and many more, let's start our demonstration.

How to Create Virtual Network:

Open the Azure portal, then find and click on Virtual Networks, then click on the + Create button to create a new virtual network, then in the basics tab select your Azure subscription then select your resource group, name your virtual network, select your region and then click on Review + create and then create.




Once our virtual network is created, let's create a subnet.

How to create a Subnet:

open your virtual network and inside the virtual network click on the subnets under the settings tab, then click on the + Subnet button to create a new subnet, then name your subnet and click on save, as we need two subnets, one for our private endpoint and the other one for our virtual machine, once our 1st subnet is created go and create an other one.



How to Create SQL Server Database:

Find and click on SQL databases in the search bar in your Azure portal, then click on the + Create button to create a new SQL database, then select your Azure subscription, then select your resource group. then name your database, then select a server for your database. if you have already created the server you can select it otherwise create a new server and select and then configure your database as per your requirement and then click on Review + create and then create it.



How to Create a Virtual Machine:


On the Azure portal find and go to the Virtual Machines, then click on the + Create button to create a new virtual machine, then in the basics tab select your Azure subscription, then select your resource group, then name your virtual machine, select your region, then select your required operation system..TBC


Then, create a username and a strong password, then select ''Allow selected ports'', in the inbound ports select '' RDP(3389), then go to the Disks tab.





In the disks tab, select the required OS disk type as per your requirement and then next to the networking tab. 


In the networking tab, select the virtual network, then select the subnet which we have created for our virtual machine and then leave the rest as it is and click on Review + create and then create your virtual machine. 


Once our Virtual machine is created, go to the resource, then go to the connect under the settings tab, and download the RDP file, then provide the user name and password,  and then connect with our Virtual machine, then open the server manager and click on the local server and turn off the IE Enhanced security configuration.



Next, open the Internet Explorer on the Virtual machine and download and install the SQL Server Management Studio.



How to Create Private Endpoint:

Open your Azure Server, and click on the ''Private Endpoint Connections'' under the security tab, then click on + Private Endpoint to create a private endpoint connection. 


In the basics tab, select your Azure subscription, then select your resource group, name your Private endpoint connection, then select your region, and then click on Next to the resource.


In the Resource tab, select your subscription, then select resource type, then select your resource, then select Target subresource, and then next to the configuration.

In the configuration tab, select the virtual network, then select the subnet which we have created for our private endpoint and then click on next and leave rest as it is and create the endpoint connection.


Once our private endpoint connection is created, go to the server and click on the Firewalls and virtual networks under the security tab and then deny the public network access.



Next, go to the virtual machine and open SQL Server Management Studio, and connect with our Azure SQL server.



How to Create Azure Data Factory:

Go to the Azure Portal, then find and go to the Data Factories, then click on the + Create button, then select your Azure subscription, then select Resource group, then select your region, then name your data factory, leave the git configuration, and create the data factory.




How to Create Self-hosted Integration Runtime:

Go to the Azure Data Factory Studion, then go to the Manage tab, then click on integration runtimes, and then click on the + New button to create an Integration Runtime.


Select the Azure Self-Hosted, and click on continue.


Select the Self-Hosted, then click on continue, then name your Self-Hosted IR, and click on Create.


Click on Download and Install the Integration Runtime.


Once our Integration Runtime installation is completed, copy the authentication key and paste it into the configuration manager and click on register.



How to create SSIS IR with Self hosted-IR as Proxy and VNET:

Go to the Azure Data Factory Studion, then go to the Manage tab, then click on integration runtimes, and then click on the + New button to create an Integration Runtime.



Select the Azure SSIS, and click on continue.


Name your SQL Server Integration Service, IR, then select your location, then choose your node size as per your requirement and then click on continue. 


In the deployment, settings Select '' Create SSIS Catalog (SSISDB) hosted by Azure SQL Database server/Managed instance to store your project/packages/environments/execution logs'', then select your Azure subscription, then select your location, select your server, then provide the username and password and then click on continue.



Select the ''Select a Vnet for your Azure SSIS Integration Runtime to join......'' and then select your Azure subscription, then select your Vnet, then select your subnet, select ''Set up Self-Hosted Integration Runtime as proxy....'' then select the Self-Hosted Integration Runtime name, select your storage, and then select the staging path, click continue and finally click on create.


Once our SSIS Integration Runtime is completed, go to the visual studio and create an SSIS Package, and copy the ISPAC file to our virtual machine, then open your SQL Server Management Studio and deploy the project, then locate the ISPAC file then click Next, and then select the SQL authentication then provide a user name and password and connect with SQL server DB, then deploy the project and then you can deploy your packages.




Video Demo: Configure a Self-Hosted IR as a Proxy For an Azure-SSIS IR in Azure Data Factory with VNET






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