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SSIS Components and dotConnect for Oracle Now Come with SSH Support

Devart provided SSH protocol support in SSIS Data Flow Components and dotConnect for Oracle.

Devart, a recognized vendor of professional database management software and world-class data connectivity solutions for various data connection technologies and frameworks, introduced support of SSH connections in the Direct mode in dotConnect for Oracle 9.12 and SSIS Data Flow Components 1.14.

Now users can connect both to on-premises Oracle and Oracle Database Cloud — a Database as a Service (DBaaS) solution from Oracle — via secure SSH protocol in the Direct connection mode. Devart products support public key and password SSH authentication and offer a number of connection string parameters to specify SSH user name and password or a private key and passphrase, acceptable ciphers, SSH host and port.

dotConnect for Oracle is a high-performance ORM enabled data provider for Oracle that builds on ADO.NET technology to present a complete solution for developing Oracle-based database applications. dotConnect goes beyond ordinary providers and offers the best Entity Framework and Entity Framework Core support, Direct Mode, visual ORM designer, and more.

Devart SSIS Data Flow Components for Oracle allow users to integrate Oracle data with other databases and cloud applications via SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS). They include optimized Oracle Source, Oracle Destination, and Oracle Lookup components and provide their own Oracle Connection Manager with lots of Oracle-specific connectivity features.

Learn more about the recent update at the vendor website —

About Devart

Devart is one of the leading developers of database tools and administration software, ALM solutions, data providers for various database servers, data integration, and backup solutions. The company also implements Web and Mobile development projects.
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Top comments (2)

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Alex Antra

Hi Devart

I'm Ron, I'm a mod, I look after the SQL tag and a few others.

I've noticed that you're posting articles with a high frequency and primarily using it to promote your own services.

This is actually against our terms and conditions:

As you are not really posting in good faith, ie you're not overtly interested in writing something for our community to read, I'm going to need to ask that you refrain from this behavior.

If you want to post articles about how to use Devart, use cases, case studies, a look into how your company works, your struggles or successes, those would be interesting to read and we would very much welcome that.

If you continue, however, we will start to take action against your posts.

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Devart Software • Edited

Hi Ron,

Nice to e-meet you.

I’m sorry to hear that from you. The main reason for publishing articles like this is to inform readers (former, current, and potential customers) about changes in our products, not to promote. Tonnes of engineers' work is hidden after these few humble “not interesting” info lines.

I understood that the frequency of posts can be of concern to the general audience (as Devart has hundreds of products to highlight). So we will make changes here, and focus on the REALLY important releases only.

I hope that this reasonable option will fit us both, as we do not want to violate any rules and at the same time willing to leave important info.

Kind regards,
Jordan Sanders
Chief PR Manager at Devart