Q.1 What is Azure Virtual Network?
Azure Virtual Network is a service provided by Microsoft Azure that allows you to create and manage private networks in the cloud. It enables you to create isolated network environments to run your workloads.
Q.2 What are the benefits of using Azure Virtual Network?
The benefits of using Azure Virtual Network include the ability to create private network environments, improved network security, the ability to connect on-premises networks to the cloud, and greater control over network routing.
Q.3 How do you create a Virtual Network in Azure?
You can create a Virtual Network in Azure using the Azure portal, Azure PowerShell, or Azure CLI. In the portal, you would navigate to the “Virtual Networks” tab, click “Add”, and then follow the prompts to configure the network.
Q.4 How do you connect an on-premises network to a Virtual Network in Azure?
You can connect an on-premises network to a Virtual Network in Azure using a VPN or ExpressRoute. A VPN connection uses an encrypted tunnel over the public internet, while ExpressRoute provides a dedicated, private connection.
Q.5 How do you secure traffic between Virtual Machines in a Virtual Network?
You can secure traffic between Virtual Machines in a Virtual Network using network security groups (NSGs), which allow you to control inbound and outbound traffic to subnets and Virtual Machines.
Q.1 What is network peering in Azure Virtual Network?
Network peering in Azure Virtual Network allows you to connect two Virtual Networks together, either within the same region or across different regions. This enables Virtual Machines in the connected networks to communicate with each other without the need for a VPN or ExpressRoute connection.