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AKS Egress Traffic demystified

AKS Egress Traffic with Load Balancer, NAT Gateway, and User Defined Route   Introduction Welcome to this lab where we will explore the different outbound types in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Outbound traffic refers to the network traffic that originates ... continue reading
Shows an example scenario of Far Edge, how scale up to handle load across servers.

Unlocking the potential of in-network computing for telecommunication workloads

Azure Operator Nexus is the next-generation hybrid cloud platform created for communications service providers (CSP). Azure Operator Nexus deploys Network Functions (NFs) across various network settings, such as the cloud and the edge. These NFs can carry out a wide ... continue reading
Azure Landing Zone Accelerator for AVS – Network Virtual Appliance in Azure Virtual Network

Azure Landing Zone Accelerator for AVS – Network Virtual Appliance in Azure Virtual Network

Options for network connectivity with AVS     There are many options for network connectivity when it comes to Azure VMware Solution.  This post reviews utilizing an NVA to inspect all AVS traffic.      Network Architecture  This scenario is ideal if:  You need ... continue reading
Wired for Hybrid - What's New in Azure Networking - June 2023 Edition

Wired for Hybrid – What’s New in Azure Networking – June 2023 Edition

Hello Folks, Azure Networking is the foundation of your infrastructure in Azure. Each month we bring you an update on What’s new in Azure Networking. In this blog post, we’ll cover what's new with Azure Networking in June 2023.  I know it’s ... continue reading
Figure 1: Network Security Group showing the inbound rule for port 8443.

Cloud Management Gateway – Inbound Rule for Port 8443

  Hello! My name is Nandan Sheth, and I am a part of Microsoft’s Customer Success Unit based out of Dublin, Ireland. I have been helping customers set up the Cloud Management Gateway for a few years now, but recently ... continue reading

Mastering AKS Troubleshooting #3: Kernel view and AKS Observability

Introduction This blog post concludes the three part series that addresses common networking problems that may occur while working with Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Although AKS is a managed container orchestration service, issues can still arise, requiring troubleshooting.   The ... continue reading

Mastering AKS Troubleshooting #2: VNet cross-connectivity and Port resolution

Introduction This post is the second in a three-part series on troubleshooting common networking issues with Azure Kubernetes (AKS), a managed container orchestration service. Scenarios in this post were the result of an intensive one-day bootcamp specifically targeting advanced AKS networking ... continue reading

Mastering AKS Troubleshooting #1: Resolving Connectivity and DNS Failures

Introduction AKS or Azure Kubernetes Service is a fully managed Kubernetes container orchestration service that enables you to deploy, scale, and manage containerized applications easily. However, even with the most robust systems issues can arise that require troubleshooting.    This ... continue reading
Move to Azure with a Web App

Move to Azure with a Web App

I recently saw a discussion on what value does the cloud actually bring to people. Why migrate? Beyond the most stated reasons, elasticity (aka add a host, VM, app or container on the fly), resiliency with Azure regions, Availability sets ... continue reading
The following image shows Azure cross-region Load Balancer connected to three regional load balancers. The regional load balancers are spread across the globe, which showcases how cross-region load balancer can achieve global load balancing.

Choose the best global distribution solution for your applications with Azure

This post was co-authored by Dave Burkhardt and Sami Modak. As part of your cloud journey, critical applications need to be deployed in multiple Azure regions to ensure high availability for your global customer base. When reviewing Azure’s various global traffic ... continue reading