Typical Network Infrastructure in Azure

Mohamed jihad bayali 1,121 Reputation points

Hello Team,

I'm helping a customer of the design of a new infrastructure in Azure,

I'm thinking about a new network infrastructure,

I know from the past that the network architecture that were built on Azure, were based on a central firewall

All the Vnets were routed to that Firewall, in order to centralize the flow, and maximize the security.

I want to know if there is some new and high level Network infrastructure designs that are adopted now in Azure? If you have some documentations, please share them with me

Azure Virtual Network
Azure Virtual Network
An Azure networking service that is used to provision private networks and optionally to connect to on-premises datacenters.
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  1. ChaitanyaNaykodi-MSFT 23,421 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @Mohamed jihad bayali

    Thank you for reaching out on the Microsoft Q&A forum.

    If I understand it correctly you want to explore high level Network infrastructure designs in Azure.

    I think it will helpful if you can go through the Networking Fundamental documentation for Azure. You can explore different architectures possible in Azure via this Architecture Guide and Networking Best Practices.

    You can also go through this guide on designing highly available NVAs.

    Azure architecture center for Networking is also a good resource that you can explore.

    Hope this helps!

    ​​Please "Accept the answer" if the information helped you. This will help us and others in the community as well.

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  1. msrini-MSFT 9,261 Reputation points Microsoft Employee


    You can build a Hub and spoke VNET with vWAN and Azure Firewall Manager.

    Doc: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-wan/howto-firewall

    This will help you to connect multiple On-Premises (Branch) and VNETs to the HUB and manager everything in a centralized manner.


    Karthik Srinivas

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