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Azure Front Door Service enables you to define, manage, and monitor the global routing for your web traffic by optimizing for best performance and instant global failover for high availability. Front Door works at Layer 7 or HTTP/HTTPS layer and uses anycast protocol with split TCP and Microsoft's global network for improving global connectivity. So, per your routing method selection in the configuration, you can ensure that Front Door is routing your client requests to the fastest and most available application backend. An application backend is any Internet-facing service hosted inside or outside of Azure.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 2/26/2019, Video, 0:04:00
    In this edition of Azure Tips and Tricks, learn how to get started with Azure Front Door. Azure Front Door easily makes your applications globally available and secure. For...
  2. 2/8/2019, Video, 0:30:27
    Azure Front Door Service enables you to define, manage, and monitor the global routing for your web traffic by optimizing for best performance and instant global failover for...
  3. 10/2/2018, Video, 0:21:54
    Your users demand high-performance, always-on experiences across every device. Our recently announced Azure Front Door Service takes your application availability global and...

Azure Front Door News

10/21/2020, MS Tech Community
‘Load Balancing’ is here the distribution (e.g. web requests) based on defined criteria (e.g. user location, resource utilization or round robin) to achieve a goal, e.g. avoid overloading or in...
Today we are announcing the general availability of the Rules Engine feature on both Azure Front Door and Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN).
6/15/2020, Service Updates
Azure Web Application Firewall for Azure Front Door now has a match details field in the logs to provide insights on why a request triggered a Web Application Firewall rule.