Azure offers VNet Peering and VNet Gateways to connect VNets. Based on your unique scenario, you might want to pick one over the other. Microsoft recommends VNet peering within region/cross region scenarios. Check out the blog to learn more.
We strive with every service to provide experiences that significantly improve the development experience. We’re always looking for common pain points that everybody building software in the cloud deals with. And once we find those pain points, we build best-of-class software to address the need.
Azure Event Hubs and Azure Service Bus VNET Service Endpoints in preview
We are pleased to announce the general availability of application security groups (ASG) in all Azure regions. This feature provides security micro-segmentation for your virtual networks in Azure.
Energy exploration, production, and reservoir monitoring are leaders in the private sector for big data and compute-intensive applications. That's why energy companies have always used high performance computing (HPC) to aid in oil and gas exploration.
We are excited to announce the general availability of Virtual Network (VNet) Service Endpoints for Azure SQL Database in all Azure regions. This ability allows you to isolate connectivity to your logical...
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The Azure App Service is happy to announce support for the use of Internal Load Balancers (ILBs) with an App Service Environment (ASE) and the ability to deploy an ASE into a Resource Manager(V2) Azure Virtual Network.
Join us for ExpressRoute Fridays! This week, learn more about ExpressRoute and how to plan and design their ExpressRoute connectivity to the Microsoft Cloud.
There’s a simpler way to speed up the process of creating a dev-test environment. Azure makes it easy to create virtual machines and network them together—the first steps in creating your own dev-test environment.