Today we’ll be going through the process of putting Azure FrontDoor in front (pun intended!) of a web app.
Step One) Adding the custom domain
The first step is to add a new custom domain to your Frontend hosts ;
Now if you go through this, you’ll see that AFD expects you to link the custom domain to the azurefd.net domain in order to proceed.
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With the statement “Scalable and secure entry point for fast delivery of your global applications”, Azure Front Door (Service) saw the lights of dawn! The features it promises to bring to the table?
- SSL offload and application acceleration at the edge close to end users
- Global HTTP load balancing with instant failover
- Actionable insights about your users and back ends
- Application firewall and DDoS protection
- Central control plane for traffic orchestration
My first thought was… Does this fill the gap where I’m currently leveraging CloudFlare for my personal deployments? So today’s post will be to see what the process of creating the service looks like in real life!
Let’s take it for a spin!
After browsing through the marketplace, we select the “Azure Front Door” and press the button to create one. Here I must say that the configuration flow here is a pleasant surprise. First we enter the “basics”…
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