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Overview

Azure Firewall is a managed, cloud-based network security service that protects your Azure Virtual Network resources. It's a fully stateful firewall as a service with built-in high availability and unrestricted cloud scalability.

You can centrally create, enforce, and log application and network connectivity policies across subscriptions and virtual networks. Azure Firewall uses a static public IP address for your virtual network resources allowing outside firewalls to identify traffic originating from your virtual network. The service is fully integrated with Azure Monitor for logging and analytics.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 10/2/2018, Video, 1:09:12
    You've seen all the pieces, now see them put together to create a truly scalable, enterprise-grade network perimeter (DMZ). In this session we will deep dive into Azure...

Azure Firewall News

Custom DNS, DNS proxy, and FQDN filtering in network rules (for non-HTTP/S and non-MSSQL protocols) in Azure Firewall are now generally available. In this blog, we also share an example use-case...
10/20/2020, MS Tech Community
Hi there, welcome to another feature release blog of the Azure CLI. Today we will be sharing with you some of the recent Azure CLI work done related to announcements atenabled several end-to-end...
8/20/2020, Azure Podcast
Reshmi Yandapalli, a Principal Program Manager in the Azure Networking group, helps us understand the Virtual WAN service. She provides an overview of Virtual WAN and gives use-cases when it...
Azure Firewall Manager is now generally available, and includes Azure Firewall Policy, Azure Firewall in a Virtual WAN Hub (Secure Virtual Hub), and Hub Virtual Network.
We are pleased to announce several new Azure Firewall features that allow your organization to have more customization, improve security, and ease your management experience.
To two new key features in Azure Firewall, forced tunneling and SQL, FQDN filtering, are now generally available. Additionally, we increased the limit for multiple public IP addresses from 100 to...