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- Create an instance on EC2 in AWS and configure relevant firewall rules (as specified in guidance)
- Deploy Data Management Gateway on the above instance.
- Test the RDS/SQL access via Data Management Gateway tool from the above instance.
- Create ADF factory to read from SQL Server linked service via Gateway.
- Do the mapping of data.
- Store it in the destination of your choice (e.g. Blob storage)