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@yogesh1985, migrations to SQL VM are currently supported only by using the Azure DMS UI experience.
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This solution was designed and implemented well before Managed Instance was available (2+ years ago). Today, we would likely use MI for the publishing tier. The customer is also exploring using MI instead of Azure SQL DB, which allows them to provide their customers multiple independant data sources...
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I'm in the processes of finalizing a solution like this, this doc helps me support my case, just wish that it had emphasized manage sql for the 1st layer:).
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@tony roth, yes, you can replace the IaaS SQL layer with managed SQL.
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Could the iaas sql layer be replaced with managed sql?
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