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Azure APIM VNET (Premium) usecases RRS feed

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  • After evaluating APIM different tiers, Standard tier seems to be the most suitable one for the workload I am dealing with. I prefer to have a VNet (which is only supported in the Premium version) to isolate and create a proper boundary. But the premium tier is very expensive.

    In my setup, my APIM will interact with LogicApps, functions, and microservices deployed on docker in Azure. All these services sit in one VNet where external access is blocked. If I am not connecting to any on-prem service, do I need the VNet for my APIM? Most of the articles talk about premium version and VNet are connecting APIM with on-prem services.

    Do we only need to have VNet for my APIM when we are connecting to on-prem services? What are the usecases when one must have APIM in a VNet? Any example would be really appreciated.


    Adeel bin Khalid

    Monday, June 29, 2020 12:36 PM