Azure ExpressRoute

Experience a fast, reliable, and private connection to Azure.

Overview

ExpressRoute lets you extend your on-premises networks into the Microsoft cloud over a private connection with the help of a connectivity provider. With ExpressRoute, you can establish connections to Microsoft cloud services, such as Microsoft Azure and Microsoft 365.

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News

11/10/2022, Azure HPC Blog
  When deploying an HPC Pack workload to the Azure public cloud, until recently, it could be challenging to deploy a highly available, Active Directory-integrated file share to host your SMB...
10/24/2022, Azure Podcast
The team talks to Cesar De la Torre Llorente, a Principal Architect in the Azure team, about the new style of applications that leverage the 5G wireless network in Azure. This enables new...
ExpressRoute Metro enables dedicated, private network connections between Azure datacenters and on-premises using Service providers or directly connecting to Microsoft backbone at two different...
10/12/2022, Preview Announcements
ExpressRoute Traffic Collector enables sampling of network flows sent over ExpressRoute Direct circuits.
9/29/2022, GA Announcements
FastPath support for virtual network peering and user defined routes (UDRs) enables high-bandwidth connectivity to workloads deployed across hub-and-spoke architectures.
8/29/2022, GA Announcements
IPv6 support for Global Reach expands the possibilities for customers building dual-stack, hybrid networks with Azure.
You can now redeem an ExpressRoute Direct authorization to create an ExpressRoute Circuit in a different subscription.
IPv6 support for Global Reach expands the possibilities for customers building dual-stack, hybrid networks with Azure.
5/31/2022, GA Announcements
You can now use Azure Bastion to connect to on-premises resources over ExpressRoute and Site-to-Site VPN