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  • Components of Azure VNet

     Japo_Japo updated 1 month, 1 week ago 1 Member · 1 Post
  • Japo_Japo

    September 9, 2021 at 7:40 am

    Azure networking components provide a wide range of functionalities that can help companies build efficient cloud applications that meet their requirements.

    The components of Azure Networking are listed below, and we have explained each of these components in a detailed manner:

    • Subnets
    • Routing
    • Network Security Groups


    Subnets let users segment the virtual network into one or more sub-networks. These sub-networks can be separated logically, and each subnet consists of a server. We can further divide a subnet into two types:

    • Private – Instances can access the Internet with NAT (Network Address Translation) gateway that is present in the public subnet.
    • Public – Instances can directly access the internet


    It delivers the data by choosing a suitable path from source to destination.

    For each subnet, the virtual network automatically routes traffic and creates a routing table

    Network Security Groups

    It is a firewall that protects the virtual machine by limiting network traffic.

    It restricts inbound and outbound network traffic depending upon the destination IP addresses, port, and protocol.

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