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    91 comments  ·  Data Factory  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Great news – static IP range for Azure Integration Runtime is now available in all ADF regions! You can whitelist specific IP ranges for ADF as part of firewall rules. The IPs are documented here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/data-factory/azure-integration-runtime-ip-addresses#azure-integration-runtime-ip-addresses-specific-regions. Static IP ranges for gov cloud and China cloud will be published soon!

    Please refer to this blog post on how you can use various mechanisms including trusted Azure service and static IP to secure data access through ADF:
    https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/azure-data-factory/azure-data-factory-now-supports-static-ip-address-ranges/ba-p/1117508

    Service tag support will be made available in next few weeks. Please stay tuned!

    If your network security requirement calls for ADF support for VNet and cannot be met using Trusted Azure service (released in Oct 2019), static IP range (released in Jan 2020), or service tag (upcoming), please vote for VNet feature here: https://feedback.azure.com/forums/270578-data-factory/suggestions/37105363-data-factory-should-be-able-to-use-vnet-without-re

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    I have an SFTP server on an AZURE VM. It's on a Vnet with firewall rules. How am I supposed to create that linked service in Data Factory? I am able to create an API connection for use with a logic app by providing the certificate and in the firewall adding the range of addresses that logic app uses. Is there some other way I can allow the data factory to gain access to the SFTP linked service? I was looking at application security groups, will that work? What if I want to later git rid of the VM and use a 3rd party SFTP to have my customers dump their data to? Thanks!

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    225 comments  ·  Storage » Files  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thanks for the feedback! We are interested in collecting feedback on this request – please vote for it if this is something you like to see.

    We’re also interested in learning more what people want to use the SFTP/FTPS for and which protocol they prefer. Please feel free to leave us a comment letting us know more detail!

    Thanks,

    Will Gries
    Program Manager, Azure Files

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I am amazed by this commentary. "The need to support direct FTP and SFTP access to Azure Blob storage decrease over time as customers move to REST based tools that provide greater throughput and better security than legacy protocols. "

    I know of 2 very large mobile telecommunications providers that only share data via SFTP with only some rudimentary RESTAPI access to the same data. It is much more economical for the data to be transported one time in a file rather than expose an api that allows services to consume at will from these data pools.

    SFTP is not some ancient vestige of the past. It's a core method for moving around large chunks of enterprise data in B2B operations. Sheesh, know thy customer!

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