Azure Virtual Network is free of charge. Every subscription is allowed to create up to 50 virtual networks across all regions.
Public IP addresses, and reserved IP addresses used on services inside a virtual network, are charged.
Network appliances such as VPN Gateway and Application Gateway that are run inside a virtual network are also charged.
US government entities are eligible to purchase Azure Government services from a licensing solution provider with no upfront financial commitment or directly through a pay-as-you-go online subscription.
Important—The price in R$ is merely a reference; this is an international transaction and the final price is subject to exchange rates and the inclusion of IOF taxes. An eNF will not be issued.
Azure Germany is available to customers and partners doing business in the European Union (EU), the European Free Trade Association (EFTA), and in the United Kingdom (UK). It provides data residency in Germany with additional levels of control and data protection. You can also sign up for a free Azure Germany trial.
Virtual network peering
Virtual network peering links two virtual networks in the same region, and enables you to route traffic between them using private IP addresses. Ingress and egress traffic is charged at both ends of the peered networks.
VNET Peering within the same region
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Public IP addresses, and reserved IP addresses can be used in services running inside a virtual network. They carry a nominal charge as outlined here
A virtual network can have one or more VPN gateways to connect back to on-premises network or other virtual networks in Azure. The VPN Gateway is charged as detailed here
Support and SLA
- We provide technical support for all Azure services released to general availability through Azure Support, starting at $29/month.
For Global VNET Peering, pricing will differ based on the zone your VNETs are in.
No, there is no charge for data transfer within a virtual network
No, you pay for other resources as you normally would. Neither VNET Peering nor Global VNET peering impose any compute charges.
VNET Peering is billed based on the ingress and egress data being transferred from one VNET to another.
Global Peering, like VNET Peering, is billed based on ingress and egress data transfer. However, the pricing differs based on the zone the region is in.
A sub-region is the lowest level geo-location that you may select to deploy your applications and associated data. For data transfers (except CDN), the following regions correspond to Zone 1, Zone 2 and Zone 3:
Zone 1 – US East. US East 2, Central US, North Central US, South Central US, West Central US, West US, West US 2, Canada East, Canada Central, North Europe, West Europe, UK West, UK South, France Central, France South
Zone 2 – Southeast Asia, East Asia, Australia East, Australia Southeast, Central India, West India, South India, Japan East, Japan West, Korea Central, Korea South, Australia Central 1, Australia Central 2, South Africa West, South Africa North
Zone 3 – Brazil South