Azure virtual network

The Azure Virtual Network (VNet) creates an isolated private network segment in Azure. This concept is similar to VPC in AWS and GCP. Users specify a range of contiguous IPs (that is, CIDR: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classless_Inter-Domain_Routing) and locations (otherwise known as regions in AWS). We can find a full list of locations at https://azure.microsoft.com/global-infrastructure/locations/. We can also create multiple subnets inside a virtual network, or enable an Azure firewall upon creation. The Azure firewall is a network security service with high availability and scalability. It can control and filter traffic with user-specified rules. It also provides inbound DNAT and outbound SNAT support. Depending ...

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