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Microsoft Azure – Private Endpoint

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  • Last Updated : 26 Nov, 2022
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A private Endpoint is basically a network interface that uses a private IP address from the azure virtual Network. By creating a Private Endpoint, you can bring various services to the azure virtual network. The services could also be azure services like (Azure storage, Azure Cosmos DB, and Azure SQL database).In this article, we will learn how to get started with Private Endpoint.

Properties of Private Endpoint:

  • Name: Add a unique name to the private endpoint that will be within the resource group you create.
  • Private Link source: It is a unique network identifier that is generated for all traffic that is sent to this resource you created.
  • Target resource: Every private link source you create has various options to select based on preference.
  • Connection Approval method: It can be set to automatically depend on role-based access permission created, or it can be manually approved.
  • Connection status: It is a read-only property that specifics the state of the private endpoint, like whether it is in an active state or not.

Steps To Create a Private Endpoint:

Step 1: Log in to Azure Portal.

Step 2: On the portal, navigate to Private Endpoint. From the left menu, select Private Endpoints → Click create.

Step 3: Add the following: Azure subscription you have, resource group name, and a unique name to the private endpoint, and select the region in which you are creating the endpoint.

Creating a private endpoint.

 

Step 4: Click next to proceed → On the resources tab → Select the connection method you want to apply → Select the resource type you want to associate with the private endpoint → As per the resource type, select the resource → Add the target sub-resource.

Steps to create a private endpoint.

 

Step 5: Click the next button at the bottom → On the virtual network tab, select the virtual network for which you are creating the private endpoint → Select the subnet of the virtual network.

Step 6: Select next to DNS → Integrate your private endpoint with a private DNS zone.

dns settings

 

Step 7: Add any tags if you want to enable you to categorize resources and view consolidated billing by applying the same tag to multiple resources and resource groups.

Step 8: Click on Review + create, it will monitor all the configuration you have done and validates them.

Step 9: After the validation is successful, click Create. The virtual network and subnet are created immediately.

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