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Get internal IP of azure Postgres Database server.

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  • We are having our virtual network up and running on azure where we have our micro-services communicating one-another.

    Now we want to have an private/internal IP of PostgreSQL server so that our micro-services can talk to it.

    Kindly suggest if we can Go ahead with this approach is it going to help us with performance.

    Wednesday, March 13, 2019 9:07 AM

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  • Hi Sahil,

    Your currently provisioned Azure Database for PostgreSQL does not have an internally publishable IP address. It has a FQDN and an associated public IP address. What you need to do is add a VNet to your PostgreSQL instance. This will allow for a private address space within Azure that can be extended to an on-premise LAN environment through VPN.

    Please take a look at: Create and manage Azure Database for PostgreSQL VNet service endpoints and VNet rules by using the Azure portal

    This will walk you through the process of adding a VNet. If you have additional questions please let us know but, if the information answered your question, then please mark this as answered so others looking for the same information can find good information.

    Thanks,

    Mike

    Wednesday, March 13, 2019 9:18 PM
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