sp_pdw_database_encryption (SQL Data Warehouse)

APPLIES TO: noSQL Server noAzure SQL Database yesAzure SQL Data Warehouse yesParallel Data Warehouse

Use sp_pdw_database_encryption to enable transparent data encryption on for a SQL Data Warehouse appliance. When sp_pdw_database_encryption set to 1, use the ALTER DATABASE statement to encrypt a database by using TDE.

Syntax

-- Syntax for Azure SQL Data Warehouse and Parallel Data Warehouse  
  
sp_pdw_database_encryption [ [ @enabled = ] enabled ] ;  

Parameters

[ @enabled = ] enabled Determines whether transparent data encryption is enabled. enabled is int, and can be one of the following values:

  • 0 = Disabled

  • 1 = Enabled

Executing sp_pdw_database_encryption without parameters returns the current state of TDE on the appliance as a scalar result set: 0 for disabled, or 1 for enabled.

Return Code Values

0 (success) or 1 (failure)

Remarks

When the TDE is enabled using sp_pdw_database_encryption, the tempdb database is dropped, recreated and encrypted. For that reason, the TDE cannot be enabled on an appliance while there are other active sessions using tempdb. Enabling or disabling TDE on an appliance is an action that changes the state of the appliance, in most cases is expected to be performed once in the appliance lifetime, and should be executed when there is no traffic on the appliance.

Permissions

Requires membership in the sysadmin fixed database role, or CONTROL SERVER permission.

Example

The following example enables TDE on the appliance.

EXEC sys.sp_pdw_database_encryption 1;  

See Also

sp_pdw_database_encryption_regenerate_system_keys (SQL Data Warehouse)
sp_pdw_log_user_data_masking (SQL Data Warehouse)