Application Gateway

Build secure, scalable, highly available web front ends in Azure


Azure Application Gateway is a web traffic load balancer that enables you to manage traffic to your web applications. Traditional load balancers operate at the transport layer (OSI layer 4 - TCP and UDP) and route traffic based on source IP address and port, to a destination IP address and port.

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Getting Started

  1. 12/16/2022, Learning Module
    This module explains what Azure Application Gateway does, how it works, and when you should choose to use Application Gateway as a solution to meet your organization's needs.


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Azure’s regional Web Application Firewall (WAF) running on Application Gateway now supports improved scale limits, including HTTP listener count, as well as additional metrics dimensions.
Azure Application Gateway now supports mTLS and OCSP.
  Azure Static Web Apps allows you to easily host your web apps globally, with built-in support for APIs, staging environments and more. With the introduction of the API integration feature for...
Start using the new policies with TLS 1.3 for your Azure Application Gateway to improve security and performance.
Azure's regional Web Application Firewall on Application Gateway now supports customizing actions per rule. This new functionality allows you greater control over how the Web Application Firewall...
Use TLS 1.3 in Azure Application Gateway to improve security and performance.
The team catches up with Sarah Novotny and Xin Liu to learn about both the network switch SONiC and why Microsoft recently transferred control of it to the Linux Foundation. Media...
Learn how private link support for Application Gateway drives more secured network access.
Azure Firewall Manager now supports the ability to manage Azure Web Application Firewall (WAF) policies for application delivery platforms, Application Gateway, and Azure Front Door, at scale...