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.
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:
|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 Azure VM scale sets||Avi Integration with Azure VM 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|
|Tenant-Scoped Clouds||Tenant-Scoped Clouds|