To provide customers with an easier network configuration, all newly created virtual clusters will be enabled for access over global virtual network peering connections, now in general availability.

This enables customers to pair managed instances in failover group configuration, in an easy and performant way, by simply connecting virtual networks in different regions. By utilizing global virtual network peering for your managed instances, you will save time through easy network configuration and offload your gateways from database replication traffic.

Review this new feature and more in this episode with Srdan Bozovic.

Time Index:

  • [00:42] Why Global VNet Peering Support is Important
  • [01:39] Auto-failover group connectivity architecture
  • [03:52] Take advantage of Global VNet Peering Support

Resources:

In this second part episode, Fernando Mejia walks through everything you need to plan for in a Hybrid Cloud architecture for Azure Kubernetes Service.

This includes IP address concerns from on-premises to Azure, hub and spoke topology, as well as the different options you have in Azure Kubernetes Service. 

Watch Part 1

Learn more: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/overview/kubernetes-on-azure

Anavi Nahar joins Donovan Brown to show how virtual network peering enables you to connect networks seamlessly in Azure Virtual Network.

The virtual networks appear as one for connectivity purposes.

The traffic between virtual machines uses the Microsoft backbone infrastructure. Like traffic between virtual machines in the same network, traffic is routed through Microsoft’s private network only.