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In today’s post I’d like to talk about site to site networking service. Azure already has a site to site VPN service, but the Azure Virtual WAN is a newer service currently in Preview. This networking service is optimized for branch to service connectivity and offers the capability to use partner devices currently supplied by preferred partners (currently Riverbed and Cisco) or the ability to manually configure this connectivity with your environment.
Azure Virtual WAN has some big differences to consider:
Let’s look at the 4 main components of this service:
So, your hub and your virtual network are connected through that virtual network connection. This allows the communication between your virtual networks in Azure and your site to site virtual WAN.
This offering makes the landscape a bit different with how people are doing connectivity into Azure and connecting their remote offices by consolidating what that network looks like, as well as making it easier by offering these preferred devices.
Again, this is still in Preview but definitely something I would suggest checking out. If you have questions about networking, Azure or any of the technologies that we discuss in our Azure Every Day posts, click the link below or contact us, we’d love to help.
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