ExpressRoute

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Service Description

The connection path from a client to Microsoft Azure normally includes a certain section on the public Internet. This results in access times being influenced by other Internet traffic. To avoid this, a private network connection can be set up from Azure data centers to the customer's local compute resources via ExpressRoute. This can significantly increase the throughput, stability, and reliability of connections to Azure.

Getting Started

  1. Gain insight into real-word usage of the Microsoft cloud using Azure ExpressRoute
    9/30/2016, Video, 1:15:27
  2. Achieve high-performance datacenter expansion with Azure Networking
    10/2/2016, Video, 1:24:46

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Azure Documentation

1. Overview
     1.1. What is ExpressRoute?
     1.2. ExpressRoute FAQ
     1.3. Connectivity models
     1.4. Circuits and routing domains
     1.5. Locations and partners
          1.5.1. Providers by location
          1.5.2. Locations by provider
     1.6. Virtual network gateways for ExpressRoute
2. Get Started
     2.1. Prerequisites
     2.2. Workflows
     2.3. Routing requirements
     2.4. QoS requirements
     2.5. About moving circuits from classic to Resource Manager
3. How To
     3.1. Create and modify a circuit
          3.1.1. Azure portal
          3.1.2. PowerShell
     3.2. Create and modify peering configuration
          3.2.1. Azure portal
          3.2.2. PowerShell
     3.3. Link a virtual network to an ExpressRoute circuit
          3.3.1. Azure portal
          3.3.2. PowerShell
     3.4. Configure a virtual network gateway for ExpressRoute
          3.4.1. Azure portal
          3.4.2. PowerShell
     3.5. Configure ExpressRoute and Site-to-Site coexisting connections
     3.6. Move a circuit from classic to Resource Manager
     3.7. Migrate associated virtual networks from classic to Resource Manager
     3.8. Configure a router for ExpressRoute
          3.8.1. Configure a router
          3.8.2. Router configuration samples for NAT
     3.9. Best Practices
          3.9.1. Best practices for network security and cloud services
          3.9.2. Optimize routing
          3.9.3. Asymmetric routing
          3.9.4. NAT for ExpressRoute
     3.10. Troubleshoot
          3.10.1. Verifying ExpressRoute connectivity
          3.10.2. Getting ARP tables
          3.10.3. Getting ARP tables (Classic)
4. Reference
     4.1. PowerShell
     4.2. REST
     4.3. REST (classic)
5. Related
     5.1. Virtual Network
     5.2. VPN Gateway
     5.3. Virtual Machines
     5.4. Load Balancer
     5.5. Traffic Manager
6. Resources
     6.1. Pricing
     6.2. Networking Blog
     6.3. Case Studies
     6.4. SLA
     6.5. Subscription and Service Limits
     6.6. Videos
          6.6.1. Create an ExpressRoute circuit
          6.6.2. How to set up Private Peering for your circuit
          6.6.3. Set up Public Peering for your circuit
          6.6.4. Set up Microsoft Peering for your circuit
          6.6.5. Create a virtual network for ExpressRoute
          6.6.6. Create a virtual network gateway for ExpressRoute
          6.6.7. Connect a virtual network gateway to a circuit
          6.6.8. Evolve your network infrastructure for connectivity
          6.6.9. Hybrid partnerships: Enabling on-premises scenarios
     6.7. Service updates

Web Content

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ExpressRoute Homepage Webpage

Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA)

Date Title
1/20/2015 Azure Networking Fundamentals for IT Pros

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