Isolating virtual machines in Windows Azure


Network Isolation Options for Machines in Windows Azure Virtual Networks

Application isolation is an important concern in enterprise environments, as enterprise customers seek to protect various environments from unauthorized or unwanted access.  This includes the classic front-end and back-end scenario where machines in a particular back-end network or sub-network may only allow certain clients or other computers to connect to a particular endpoint based on a whitelist of IP addresses.  These scenarios can be readily implemented in Windows Azure whether client applications access virtual machine application servers from the internet, within the Azure environment, or from on-premises through a VPN connection

Read more: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/windowsazure/archive/2014/03/28/network-isolation-options-for-machines-in-windows-azure-virtual-networks.aspx

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