Connection Options When Building An Azure Hybrid Cloud Solution

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If your business is migrating workloads to Azure the chances are at some point you will probably want to create a form of private interconnect with Azure. There is more than one way to achieve this, so in this post I’ll take a look at what options you have and the most appropriate scenarios for each.

We’ll work through the connection types from simplest (and quickest to provision) to more complex (where you’ll need IP networking expertise and hardware).

Hybrid Connection

This is your baseline interconnect option and is tied to the BizTalk Services offering within Azure. At time of writing the only Azure-based services that can leverage Hybrid Connections are Web Apps (formerly Websites) and Mobile Apps (formerly Mobile Services).

Hybrid Connections are a great way to quickly get access to on-premises resources without the complexity involved in firewall or VPN setups. If you look at the official documentation

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