Configuring a Resource mode Virtual Network for the frontend servers

A VN is a representation of your own network in the cloud. It is a way to organize your VM. Three important aspects that need to be considered are:

  • Resource management: Group and subdivide VMs in different VNs by internal security policies (some VMs cannot reach some others VMs).
  • Address spaces: Different virtual networks can have different sets of addresses. A single address space can be subdivided into subnets.
  • Security: While internal to a single VN, each VM can reach other VMs by default. You can control inbound and outbound traffic at subnet-level VMs with Network Security Groups.

VNs in an Azure account can be found in the Ibiza portal in two distinct containers by going to ...

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