- A service that uses Microsoft’s global network to improve the availability and performance of your applications to your local and global users.
- It works at the HTTP/HTTPS layer and uses a split TCP-based anycast protocol to ensure your users connect to the nearest Front Door point of presence.
- Supports a range of traffic-routing methods and backend health monitoring options for various application needs and automatic failover models.
- With URL-based routing, it routes the traffic to backend pools based on URL paths of the request.
- You can configure more than one website on the same Front Door with multiple-site hosting.
- Use cookie-based session affinity to redirect the user session to the same application backend.
- Redirect traffic based on protocol, hostname, path, and query string with URL redirect.
- URL rewrite allows you to configure a Custom Forwarding Path that will copy any part of the incoming path that matches a wildcard path to the forwarded path.
- Front Door supports end-to-end IPv6 connectivity and HTTP/2 protocol.
- If you need your domain name to be visible in your Front Door URL, you must have a custom domain. Front Door also supports managed certificates or custom TLS/SSL certificates.
- You can create custom rules to protect your HTTP/HTTPS workload from exploitation using Azure Web Application Firewall.
- You are charged based on the following:
- Inbound and outbound data transfers
- The number of routing rules
- Front Door has a limit of 100 custom domains. You will be charged for additional domains.
Validate Your Knowledge
Question Type: Drag and Drop
Match the Azure service to the correct description.
Instructions: To answer, drag the appropriate Azure service from the column on the left to its description on the right. Each correct match is worth one point.