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Automated Secure Infrastructure for Self-Hosted Integration Runtime in Azure Data Factory
Introduction
Azure Data Factory (ADF) is a fully managed cloud-based data integration service. It enables developers to create data-driven workflows in the cloud to move and transform data between various data stores. The integration runtimes in ADF enable customers to move and transform their data without the need for additional infrastructure for hosting. One of the integration runtimes is the self-hosted integration runtime (IR). The self-hosted IR allows customers to install and run the integration runtime on their own machines, either on-premises or in the cloud.

Secure Infrastructure
The self-hosted IR requires customers to have a secure infrastructure in place. This includes ensuring that the machine is properly configured and properly secured. Additionally, customers need to ensure that the integration runtime is updated with the latest security patches.

To simplify this process, Microsoft has released a feature called Automated Secure Infrastructure for Self-Hosted Integration Runtime in Azure Data Factory. This feature allows customers to create an automated secure infrastructure for their self-hosted integration runtime. This includes automatically configuring the machine, deploying and patching the integration runtime, and managing the security of the machine.

Automated Security
The Automated Secure Infrastructure for Self-Hosted Integration Runtime in Azure Data Factory makes it easy for customers to secure their self-hosted integration runtime. The feature automates the process of configuring the machine, deploying and patching the integration runtime, and managing the security of the machine.

First, the feature allows customers to configure the machine to ensure that it is properly secured. This includes configuring the operating system, the firewall, and other security configurations. Additionally, the feature can deploy the integration runtime to the machine and patch it with the latest security patches. Finally, the feature can monitor the security of the machine and alert customers if any security issues arise.

Conclusion
The Automated Secure Infrastructure for Self-Hosted Integration Runtime in Azure Data Factory makes it easy for customers to securely host their self-hosted integration runtime. The feature automates the process of configuring the machine, deploying and patching the integration runtime, and managing the security of the machine. This allows customers to quickly and easily deploy and maintain a secure self-hosted integration runtime in Azure Data Factory.
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