Configure caching on Azure Front Door
This article shows you how to configure caching on Azure Front Door. To learn more about caching, see Caching with Azure Front Door.
Before you can create an Azure Front Door endpoint with Front Door manager, you must have an Azure Front Door profile created. The profile must have at least one or more endpoints. To organize your Azure Front Door endpoints by internet domains, web applications, or other criteria, you can use multiple profiles.
To create an Azure Front Door profile and endpoint, see Create an Azure Front Door profile.
Before you enable caching, thoroughly review the caching documentation, and test all possible scenarios before enabling caching. As noted previously, with misconfiguration you can inadvertently cache user specific data that can be shared by multiple users resulting privacy incidents.
Configure caching by using the Azure portal
Sign in to the Azure portal and navigate to your Azure Front Door profile.
Select Front Door manager and then select your route.
Select Enable caching.
Specify the query string caching behavior. For more information, see Caching with Azure Front Door.
Optionally, select Enable compression for Front Door to compress responses to the client.