In the previous installment of this mini-series, we covered basic scenarios involving private endpoints. If you aren’t familiar with private endpoints and Private Link in general, it might be a good idea to quickly review them to get the feel of how they apply when Azure SQL Managed Instance is in the mix.
In this article, we’ll dive into more involved scenarios that build on those from last week:
5. Hub and spoke topology
6. Partner or ISV giving access to their customers
7. Two SQLs talking to each other: linked server, transactional replication
8. Failover group listener using private endpoints
Read on for architecture diagrams and descriptions for each of these scenarios.