With Azure Virtual Network Manager you can centrally manage Azure virtual networks at scale.
Azure Firewall vs NSG
Overview of Azure firewall and NSG
Importance of network security in the cloud
Description of Azure Firewall
Key features and benefits 1. Centralized management 2. Application-level rule 3. Threat intelligence-based filtering 4. Azure Monitor integration C. Use cases for Azure Firewall
III. Network Security Group (NSG) A. Description of NSG B. Key features and benefits 1. Stateful firewall 2. Security at the subnet and VM level 3. Support for Azure Load Balancer 4. Network traffic flow analysis C. Use cases for NSG
IV. Comparison between Azure Firewall and NSG A. Similarities B. Differences C. Choosing the right option for your scenario
V. Conclusion A. Recap of Azure Firewall and NSG B. Importance of network security in the cloud C. Call to action for implementing Azure Firewall or NSG
VI. References A. Microsoft documentation and guides B. Case studies and customer examples C. Additional resources for learning more about Azure Firewall and NSG
Azure Virtual Network Manager Pricing
Azure Virtual Network Manager FAQ
What is Azure Virtual Network Manager?
Azure Virtual Network Manager is a management service that enables you to configure, deploy, group and manage virtual networks globally across subscriptions.
What are the limits of Azure Virtual Network Manager?
A connected group is limited to up 250 virtual networks.
What is the difference between Azure NSG and Azure Firewall?
Azure NSG and Azure Firewall are both security services. NSG is a classic firewall, the Azure Firewall offer next generation capabilities like packet inspection and intrusion detection.
What is a network group in Azure virtual network manager?
A network group is a global container that includes a set of virtual resources from any region. Configurations are applied to target the network group, which applies the configuration to all members of the group.