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We use the solution for Internet traffic load balancing and internet traffic routing via proxies to our internal applications. It is not for user connectivity but more for the system to system integration as an application gateway.
I primarily use the solution during application deployments. I use it to protect the applications.
We primarily use the solution to just secure the traffic coming from the outside into our application.
Our primary use case of this solution is for exposing services to the internet. We are Microsoft partners and I am the company's consultant for Azure Cloud Infra & Apps.
We use it for load balancing and web application firewall. We are using the latest version. We also have version 2.
We primarily used the solution to try to protect a few internet-facing applications that we had.
The company uses this solution and I work along with security architects providing that as part of our recommendations for Azure projects. I'm a security specialist and the company has a maintenance enterprise agreement with Azure.
We primarily use this solution to hide all of our applications behind the firewall. The application logic and dependencies are not known to the outside world because you don't have to open your external public IP to them. It does not particularly improve functionality but you get the benefit of the security that is offered by Azure.
The gateway is used to make the application connect to the internet and apply some firewall rules on Layer 7. We primarily use Azure Gateway for printers, some requests, and to apply some security rules to all the traffic that is coming from inside the Azure network.
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