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Support Now Available for SQL Server Data Flows Using Azure Data Warehouse & Azure Synapse

In June, support for SQL Server in data flows (in Azure Data Factory and Azure Synapse) became generally available.

If you missed the general availability release earlier this year, here is a quick recap.

Within Azure Data Factory and Azure Synapse, using Spark compute, Data Flows is a visual data transformation service that is low-code but with powerful scale-out ETL capabilities.

Within Data Flows, you can natively connect to both on-premises and VM-based SQL Server. SQL Server is available as a connector option in both shared integration datasets and inline in source and sink.

Documentation can be found here: Copy and transform data to and from SQL Server – Azure Data Factory | Microsoft Docs

Post Terms: Data Flows | SQL | Support

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