Connecting Azure Regions

Derik Hammer shows how to use a pair of virtual network gateways to connect two Azure regions:

Refer to Microsoft documentation for the difference between gateway types, VPN types, and SKUs. All of them will work but with different costs and benefits. For this demonstration, I am sticking with a basic VPN.

Check it out; this is a step-by-step guide and Derik makes it easy.

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