Application Gateway

Official Documentation

Service Description

For Web applications, the Application Gateway can provide useful routing and load balancing services at the application level, permitting the simple configuration of sticky sessions (the results of calls from a particular client are always directed to the same server) via the Gateway. SSL offloading can be implemented via the gateway, i.e., the gateway handles computationally intensive tasks to decrypt requests and encrypt replies in SSL-based communication, which relieves the Web server from performing these tasks itself.

Getting Started

  1. 5/10/2017, Video, 0:25:12
    Application Gateway is a layer 7 load balancer providing Application Delivery Controller as a service in Microsoft Azure. It provides various advanced load balancing choices...
  2. 5/4/2017, Video, 0:58:03
    In this keynote session, come learn how to build, deploy, scale, and monitor large, global web applications in Microsoft Azure leveraging the full Azure networking stack. In...



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Application Gateway Documentation

1. Overview
     1.1. About application gateways
2. Quickstarts
     2.1. Manage web traffic - Portal
     2.2. Manage web traffic - PowerShell
     2.3. Manage web traffic - Azure CLI
3. Tutorials
     3.1. Manage web traffic
     3.2. Enable web application firewall
     3.3. Secure with SSL
     3.4. Host multiple sites
     3.5. Route by URL
     3.6. Redirect web traffic
     3.7. Autoscaling and zone redundant
4. Samples
     4.1. Azure PowerShell
     4.2. Azure CLI
5. Concepts
     5.1. SSL termination
     5.2. SSL policy overview
     5.3. Web application firewall
     5.4. WAF configuration
     5.5. URL routing
     5.6. Multiple site hosting
     5.7. Autoscaling and zone-redundancy
     5.8. Redirection support
     5.9. Multi-tenant support
     5.10. Health monitoring
     5.11. WebSocket support
6. How-to guides
     6.1. Manage web traffic
          6.1.1. Azure PowerShell
          6.1.2. Template
     6.2. Configure internal load balancer
          6.2.1. Azure PowerShell
     6.3. Configure SSL termination
          6.3.1. SSL termination using the Azure portal
          6.3.2. SSL termination using Azure PowerShell
          6.3.3. End-to-end SSL termination using Azure PowerShell
          6.3.4. Renew certificates
          6.3.5. Configure SSL policy
     6.4. Configure Web Application Firewall
          6.4.1. Azure portal
          6.4.2. Azure PowerShell
     6.5. Customize WAF rules
          6.5.1. Azure portal
          6.5.2. Azure PowerShell
          6.5.3. Azure CLI
     6.6. Route by URL
          6.6.1. Azure portal
          6.6.2. Azure PowerShell
     6.7. Host multiple sites
          6.7.1. Azure portal
          6.7.2. Azure PowerShell
     6.8. Redirect traffic
          6.8.1. HTTP to HTTPS
               6.8.1.1. Azure PowerShell
               6.8.1.2. Azure CLI
          6.8.2. Redirect internal traffic
               6.8.2.1. Azure PowerShell
               6.8.2.2. Azure CLI
     6.9. Multi-tenant support
          6.9.1. Configure multi-tenant support
     6.10. Redirect web traffic using Azure PowerShell
     6.11. Custom probes
          6.11.1. Portal
          6.11.2. Classic PowerShell
          6.11.3. Resource Manager PowerShell
     6.12. Troubleshoot
          6.12.1. Troubleshoot Bad Gateway (502) errors
          6.12.2. Diagnostics
     6.13. Custom error pages
7. Reference
     7.1. CRS rules
     7.2. Azure CLI
     7.3. Azure PowerShell
     7.4. .NET
     7.5. Java
     7.6. Node.js
     7.7. Python
     7.8. REST
     7.9. Azure Resource Manager
8. Resources
     8.1. Author templates
     8.2. Azure Roadmap
     8.3. Community templates
     8.4. Pricing
     8.5. Regional availability
     8.6. Stack Overflow
     8.7. FAQ

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Videos

Date Title Length
10/2/2018
Azure Firewall and Best Practices in building an enterprise-grade DMZ in Azure - BRK4029
1:09:12
10/2/2018
Building enterprise grade web applications with Azure Networking’s application - BRK3301
1:14:58
5/12/2018
Networking Proven Practices for World Class Apps : Build 2018
0:45:44
5/6/2018
Networking Proven Practices for World Class Apps
1:33:22
10/13/2017
Azure Friday: ILB ASE and Application Gateway
0:10:13
10/13/2017
ILB ASE and Application Gateway
0:10:12
9/29/2017
Building highly available, secure, and scalable services for the enterprise with Azure
1:20:35
5/10/2017
Securing web applications using Web Application Firewall
0:25:12
5/4/2017
Azure networking for developers
0:58:03
4/2/2017
Cloud Tech 10 - 3rd April 2017
0:08:48

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