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ADF: Where have my connections gone?

If you’ve been doing any development work in ADF this week you might have noticed that “Connections” has moved. But where has it gone?

The old location

When you click onto “Connections” now you’ll receive the following message:

Management Hub?

Clicking this button takes you to the new Management Hub, the new fourth icon which goes alongside the existing three.

New Manage (Management Hub)

Within this area you now have access to your Linked Services, Integration Runtimes and Triggers. These all have the same options as before, they’ve just moved!

Moved options and New options

You do now have access to more detailed Git configuration options and also the ability to change the Parameterization templates for your ARM templates. This is only accessible when you have a Git repository set up and the Parameter file within it.

You can currently still access Triggers from the main Author window, but I would recommend getting used to finding them in the Management Hub to keep everything together.

Release details of the Management Hub from Microsoft can be found here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/data-factory/author-management-hub

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