Over the past few months, we added several new capabilities to Azure Virtual WAN which customers can embrace to significantly simplify routing design and management in Azure, and secure traffic flows. Today, we are announcing new features that customers can utilize when they are applicable to their scenarios.
Today, we see a huge shift to remote work due to the global pandemic. Organizations around the world need to enable more of their employees to work remotely.
A network virtual appliance (NVA) is a virtual appliance primarily focused on network functions virtualization. A typical network virtual appliance involves various layers of four to seven functions like firewall, WAN optimizer, application delivery controllers, routers, load balancers, IDS/IPS, proxies, SD-WAN edge, and more.