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Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Microsoft Azure – Network Access – blog #2

Thank you to Hicham Mourad and Scott Harwell for co-authoring this blog.

Introduction

In this blog series, we will continue discussing the deployment of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Microsoft Azure.

The first blog covered the deployment process as well as how to access a Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Azure deployment that was deployed using the “Public” access option.

This blog we’ll cover how to access the managed application when it’s deployed using the “Private” access option.

 

Connecting to Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Microsoft Azure

There are three ways you can access Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Azure if you selected “Private” access.

  • An Azure hosted virtual machine (VM)
  • Azure VPN or Direct Connect
  • SSH Tunnel

Let’s assume that you have already configured network peering between the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Azure deployment, on the Azure network and your existing Azure Virtual Networks.  Network peering is an Azure action for connecting two or more networks on Azure that route traffic to resources across those networks.  See Microsoft Azure documentation for more information on network peering types.

 

Access Details

Regardless of whether you selected public or private Continue reading