VNet Peering To Connect Azure Virtual Networks (Preview)

In a busy night of Azure announcements, Microsoft said that we can now peer two Azure VNets to connect them without using a VNet-to-VNet VPN. This in-preview feature will reduce costs and complexity.


I have yet to find any technical details, but this will be a great addition. I like that it supports ASM and ARM connections via different subscriptions – I can run RemoteApp in Open (ASM) to provide remote access to services in CSP (ARM).

As usual, you should carefully plan your VNet network address to plan for scalability – don’t be the idiot that deploys the entirety of to a single VNet/subnet!

Note that I have been unable to find technical documentation yet.

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