Updated May 21, 2021: Microsoft has updated this post to include the Graph connector for on-prem Microsoft SQL Server which will be available in early June. Thank you for your patience.
This is an update to Microsoft’s previous communication in MC248003. Graph connectors for four on-premises data sources (Windows file share, MSSQL, Oracle DB, Enterprise websites) are released to all the tenants in general availability. You can now create connections to these data sources in Standard Release.
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When will this happen:
- The Graph connectors for Windows file share, Oracle DB, Enterprise websites are available now for all tenants under Standard Release.
- MSSQL will be available in early June.
What you need to do to prepare:
If you are an existing user of any of the three on-premises graph connectors under Targeted Release, it is recommended that you upgrade to the latest version of the Graph connector agent. This will ensure a seamless experience in production with latest updates incorporated during the preview period.
Reminder, as communicated in MC250954, existing users of the graph connectors will need to ensure they have enough quota for the currently indexed items or items planned to be indexed. It is recommended to review the licensing details to determine the impact this will have on your organization. For more information on licensing and pricing details see also License requirements and pricing.
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