Microsoft Azure Support in Avi Vantage

Starting 17.2.2 release, Avi Vantage supports Microsoft Azure integration. Avi Vantage offers elastic application services that extend beyond load balancing to deliver real-time application and security insights, simplify troubleshooting, auto scale predictively, and enable developer self-service and automation in Microsoft Azure.

Azure-Integration

Avi Vantage deployment for Azure offers the following advantages:

  • Single Avi Controller cluster manages services for applications across multiple virtual networks (VNets).
  • Auto virtual IP address allocation and auto DNS registration allows full automation for application load balancing.
  • Avi Controller automatically detects membership change in Azure scale set and updates pool membership for application autoscaling.

Avi Vantage offers a flexible, yet comprehensive solution that is infrastructure-independent, agile, and elastic at a reduced total cost of ownership (TCO).

The following table provides a comprehensive list of links to documentation for Azure integration with Avi Vantage:

Documentation Title
Complete solution information Solution Guide for Azure Integration with Avi Vantage
Deploying Avi Vantage for Microsoft Azure Avi Deployment Guide for Microsoft Azure
Setting up roles and access control information Role Setup for Installation in Microsoft Azure
Configuring auto scale sets Avi Integration with Azure Auto Scale Sets
Setting up IP address management (IPAM) for OpenShift deployed in Azure cloud Azure IPAM for OpenShift
Configuring DNS settings DNS Configuration for Azure in Avi Vantage
Autoscaling in Public Clouds Autoscaling in Public Clouds
OpenShift Project Identification on Azure Authorized Source IP for OpenShift Project Identification on Azure