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About FortiGate for Azure

Deploying FortiGate on Azure

Deploying auto scaling on Azure

Single FortiGate-VM Deployment

Use case: High availability for FortiGate on Azure

Use case: Automatically updating dynamic addresses using Fabric connector

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Managing FortiGate autoscaling features

After creating the Function App and deploying FortiGate autoscaling, you can proceed to use autoscaling.

In this example, the Cosmos database and Function App are deployed in one resource group, while the FortiGate is in another resource group.

Inside the autoscaling resource group, you can find the Cosmos database and Function App-related services.

Inside the HA resource group, you can find the FortiGate-VM node, autoscaling, and VNet-related services.

The provided template creates all load-balancing rules, autoscaling settings, VNet, and routing-related services. You are expected to create your own client and server instances that you want protected via the FortiGate-VM.

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Managing FortiGate autoscaling features

After creating the Function App and deploying FortiGate autoscaling, you can proceed to use autoscaling.

In this example, the Cosmos database and Function App are deployed in one resource group, while the FortiGate is in another resource group.

Inside the autoscaling resource group, you can find the Cosmos database and Function App-related services.

Inside the HA resource group, you can find the FortiGate-VM node, autoscaling, and VNet-related services.

The provided template creates all load-balancing rules, autoscaling settings, VNet, and routing-related services. You are expected to create your own client and server instances that you want protected via the FortiGate-VM.