Thank you for your feedback. We are planning on adding this capability to NSG Flow Logging.
We are still under consideration for this feature. In the meanwhile, could you use Azure CDN to accomplish this?
I believe Application Gateway and Azure Storage integration is reasonable.
Currently Azure CDN cannot act as WAF to drop malicious traffic. In addition, we have better metrics & diagnostic logs for Application Gateway than Azure CDN.
There's no limit to achieving better security for users, so I appreciate if you consider that.
I personally tested AppGw and Azure Storage integrated great by setting "PickHostNameFromBackendAddress" on AppGw. We just do not have PG guarantee with this scenario.
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Thanks for the feedback, we are exploring options to solve this inconvinient when using default routes.
Unfortunatelly kms is not a single VIP globally, exploring options.
I received the same feedback from other customers. They wondered unknown billing for the storage account even though they do not have any more data in it. It's few amount, but the customer sometimes need to explain what the cost for to their boss.
Eventually, they feel bad because they have never turned the diagnostic on, but it's charged.
We are planning to add “title” and sort functionality to support requests page.
Thanks for the feedback and suggestion!
Thanks for the suggestion, we’ll consider how we can best support failover/failback during ‘grey’ failures in future, including a manual failback option.
Thank you for your patience. This is still under review. We are working on other features that are moving us closer to being able to provide these capabilities, but cannot yet dedicate resources to this feature.
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without ACL and quota, Azure Files is only for someone who owns & administors Azure Storage account. This cannot be truely the enterprise capable solution.
Thanks for the feedback. We do plan to improve the performance and scale of Azure VPN gateways. We will provide more updates once we have concrete plans and measurements.