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Application Gateway and App Services with Redirect

Azure App Services are often placed behind an Application Gateway. Routing is easier to control, your own certificates can be stored centrally and data traffic can be checked and attacks detected. However, if the App Service responds with redirects, the… Weiterlesen →

Configure Backend Re-Encryption at Azure Application Gateway v2

The Application Gateway v2 has considerable advantages over the v1. Support for autoscaling, zone redundant operation or use as an ingress in the AKS are just a few features from the list. The re-encryption of the back-end data traffic is… Weiterlesen →

Configure Backend Re-Encryption at Azure Application Gateway v1

The Azure Application Gateway is a load balancer with some additional features, such as path-based routing, a web application firewall or SSL termination. However, if the traffic to the backend has to be encrypted also, (it has to be re-encrypted),… Weiterlesen →

Traffic Manager + Firewall vs. Front Door

There is often a requirement that workload be distributed across multiple Azure regions. If these are services that are publicly accessible from the Internet, the use of a firewall is recommended. The standard setup was usually the combination of a… Weiterlesen →

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