Does placing App Services in a VNet cut off access to dependencies?

howley 1 Reputation point

I have some app services that I'd like to place in a VNet. They are all .NET REST APIs. They also all access a SQL DB and a Blob Storage Account. My question is would placing the app services in a VNet make it so that the App Services can no longer access the SQL DB or the Storage Account?

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  1. Aarthi S 1 Reputation point Microsoft Employee

    @howley Thank you for reaching out to Microsoft Q&A.

    I understand that you are trying to place the app services in a VNET. And you wanted to know about the reachability and connectivity to the associated services.

    For connecting the app service to the VNET, you can try VNET Integration.

    For the dependencies/ related question, please check this: you can use service endpoints.

    Hope this answers your question. Please let me know if you are having any questions.

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