Today I came across a concept while not being too new in Azure, I had not met before: Private Link Scopes. This is something that specific services do, more concretely Azure Arc and Azure Monitor (see here for the official docs on how to configure this for Azure Monitor). In the case of the latter, … Continue reading Private Link and Azure Monitor: what is an AMPLS?
Hey everybody! In this post I would like to talk about some of the settings that you can configure in VNet Peerings, and how those actually work. Even if you have been using VNet peerings for years now, I bet I have some surprises for you. TL;DR: Do not rely in the VirtualNetwork service tag … Continue reading VNet peering settings, those familiar strangers
Sometimes you meet an old friend you haven’t seen for many years, and although both of you might have evolved differently during that time, most often than not you find the common ground and the reasons why you loved each other. Before I get any more sentimental, that is a bit of what I have … Continue reading Cisco ACI and Microsoft Azure
An old Cherokee proverb says: “Listen to the whispers and you won’t have to hear the screams”. Routing problems are hard: Hard to uncover, because sometimes they will not become apparent until something happens. For example, when your backup routes disappear, and you only notice when the primary routes are gone too. And hard in … Continue reading Listen to the Whispers of BGP
In a previous blog we had a setup with a Network Virtual Appliance (NVA) for Internet egress and hybrid connectivity based on Azure Virtual Network Gateways. There is another fairly typical use case with regards to traffic between on-premises an Azure: firewalling it with an NVA: In some situations customers will combine the role of … Continue reading Using Route Server to firewall onprem traffic with an NVA