Azure Networking Services

Welcome to our guide on Azure Networking Services. In today’s digital world, businesses rely on cloud solutions for networking. Microsoft Azure offers a variety of networking services to enhance connectivity, security, and performance in the cloud. In this blog post, we’ll explore the Azure Networking Services.

  1. Virtual network & subnets – Create virtual networks & subnets and understand the design patterns
  2. Network security group – Create network security group(NSG), create inbound & outbound rules, apply them at subnet levels, deploy the virtual machines in subnets and test NSG rules
  3. User defined routes and VNet peeing – Create a user defined route to route the traffic through virtual appliance and peer VNets in same region
  4. IP Addresses – Public & private IP addresses, Static & dynamic allocation
  5. Load balancer – Configuration of frontend IP configuration, backend pool creation, health probes creation, configure load balancing rules, configure NAT rules, automatic reconfiguration & monitoring of  the load balancer
  6. Application gateway – Creation of application gateway, HTTP traffic load balancing, URL path based routing, multi site hosting, enable web application firewall and test the same, monitoring of application gateway
  7. Traffic manager – Creation of traffic manager profile, add end points, load balance traffic based on performance, priority, weight and geographic routing methods.
  8. Connectivity scenarios – Configure point to site VPN connection, VPN – VPN connection, Site to site VPN connection, Azure apps connection with VMs on Azure and finally connect Azure virtual network with Amazon web services virtual private cloud

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