Last week we announced the general availability (GA) of private endpoints for Azure SQL Managed Instance. Today, we bring you examples of private endpoints in practical scenarios, starting from the basics and building to the more complex ones to follow in the second installment of this mini-series.
In this post, we’ll cover the following scenarios:
- Accessing SQL MI from another virtual network
- A more secure kind of public access
- Accessing SQL MI from your premises
- Making SQL MI available to managed Azure services
Click through to see these four scenarios at the architecture diagram level.