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Can I run the SSIS Service on a seperate server from the DB Server and still use the new SSISDB Catalog feature

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For operation reason, I want to run my ssis service on a different server, one without a MSSQL DB.

However, I also want to use the SSISDB features from MSSQL 2012.

So far, I have not find a way to separate the service from its catalog.

Is it a requirement to have the service on the same server instance when using the SSISDB catalog feature? If not, what needs to be done to make it happen?

Many thanks
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you still need to install ssis
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yes, you can run SSIS Service on a seperate server from the DB Server and still use the new SSISDB Catalog feature
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Thanks. Do you have an example on how to execute the package stored in a remote ssisdb catalog? I have not found a way to do it out of the box. Also, would it eliminate the possibility to run it from SSMS interface?
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