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    Parallels Run Between Local On-Prem and Azure

    We have a client who has an on-prem instance of MySQL and eventually we want to get everything migrated to Azure.

    In the meantime, how can we make the on-prem instance communicate directly with Azure?

    Ideally I want to create a "hop". Our rewrite application hits Azure and Azure hits the on-prem MySQL database.

    Is this possible?
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    Re: Parallels Run Between Local On-Prem and Azure

    Is it not possible, to install a (temporary) IIS-instance in the customer-LAN,
    which is also reachable "from outside"?

    If yes, then you'll be able to simply delegate incoming https-requests (via http):
    - from your Azure-Webservice
    - to your temorary IIS-instance
    The Azure-WS in this case, will then act like a Proxy...

    This means, that you'll develop and test your WebApp behind the (local, customer-LAN-based) IIS for a time...

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    Re: Parallels Run Between Local On-Prem and Azure

    Quote Originally Posted by dday9 View Post
    We have a client who has an on-prem instance of MySQL and eventually we want to get everything migrated to Azure.

    In the meantime, how can we make the on-prem instance communicate directly with Azure?

    Ideally I want to create a "hop". Our rewrite application hits Azure and Azure hits the on-prem MySQL database.

    Is this possible?
    It might be worth looking at creating a VPN from your on-prem environment to Azure, this would allow Azure hosted applications to access your on prem database without exposing the DB directly to the internet.

    If your app is going to be an Azure App Service then there is also https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/az...id-connections as an option to consider.

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