Does data factory have self-hosted integration runtime for data flows ?

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Self-hosted IR is an ADF pipeline construct that you can use with the Copy Activity to acquire or move data to and from on-prem or VM-based data sources and sinks. 

Stage the data first with a Copy, then Data Flow for transformation, and then a subsequent copy if you need to move that transformed data back to the on-prem store.

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