Azure Traffic Manager – Nested Profiles

We already have seen that there are 6 routing methods and any one of them can be associated with Azure Traffic Manager. For more information, see Traffic Manager traffic-routing methods. Each Azure traffic manager profile is associated with a single routing method. However, sometimes, in real world applications, there might be need of more sophisticated routing

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Azure Traffic Manager – Based on Geo location of client

Many countries have data protection laws and regulations. Many applications save the data of users from a geographical region to the data centers in same region or country. In this post, let’s have a look at how how to redirect the requests based on geographical location. Prerequisites You would need an active Azure subscription. If

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Azure Traffic Manager – Add web app endpoints

In this series, we are discussing about Azure traffic manager basic concepts. We also have created a traffic manager profile in last post. If you want to go through the posts, you can find them at: Azure Traffic Manager – Getting Started Azure Traffic Manager – Routing Methods Overview Azure Traffic Manager – Create new profile In this

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Azure Traffic Manager – Create new profile

In previous two articles, we have had a look at some basic concepts about Azure Traffic Manager. If you want to refer them, below are the blog post links: Azure Traffic Manager – Getting Started Azure Traffic Manager – Routing Methods Overview In this post, let’s have a look at how to create a new Azure traffic

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Azure Traffic Manager – Routing Methods Overview

In this article, let’s have a quick overview of routing methods that are supported by Azure traffic manager. There are six different routing methods that are supported by Azure traffic manager. The routing methods determine which endpoint would be returned by Azure traffic manager. Let’s have a look at each of those strategies. Priority In

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Azure Traffic Manager – Getting Started

Azure traffic manager is a DNS based load balancer which enables you to distribute the traffic optimally to the services across global Azure regions, while providing high availability and responsiveness. Azure traffic manager is a global Azure resource, meaning when Azure traffic manager instance is created, it is not associated with any Azure region. Endpoints

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Azure Load Balancer – Load balance virtual machines

In this post of load balancer series, let’s verify the load balancer setup. We created a virtual network and it has 2 virtual machines from an availability set. Then a public load balancer has these two virtual machines as backend. A rule also has been specified. In this post, we will verify that the setup

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Azure Load Balancer – Create load balancer rule

In the current series of posts, we are trying to setup a public load balancer. We already have created availability set, virtual network, virtual machines and load balancer. Please refer below posts in case you want to go through them: Azure Load Balancer – Getting Started Azure Load Balancer – Create availability set Azure Load Balancer –

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Azure Load Balancer – Create public load balancer

In this post, let’s try to create a public load balancer. This would help to understand few concepts like health probe, backend pools, load balancer front end etc. In future posts, we will try to load balance the virtual machines. Prerequisite You would need to have an Azure account with an active subscription.  If you do not

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Azure Load Balancer – Create availability set

Before creating the Azure load balancer, we will have to create the availability set. The virtual network would have two virtual machines which are part of an availability set. A load balancer with an availability set is recommended to make your application highly resilient. What is Availability Set ? An Availability Set is a logical

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Azure Load Balancer – Getting Started

We must have heard about the term Load balancer while developing the new applications. In this short post, let’s try to have look at some basic terms. What is it ? The term load balancing refers to evenly distributing load incoming network traffic across the group of backend servers/resources. Azure load balancer works on layer

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Azure CDN – Preloading Contents on CDN Endpoint

In this short post, let’s have a look at how to preload the assets on CDN endpoint POPs even before user tries to request them. Prerequisite You would need to have an Azure account with an active subscription.  If you do not have it yet, you can create one for free. And then sign in to the Azure portal.

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