VNet service endpoints for Azure database services for MySQL and PostgreSQL in preview

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We recently made Azure database services for MySQL and PostgreSQL generally available. These services offer the community versions of MySQL and PostgreSQL with built-in high availability, a 99.99% availability SLA, elastic scaling for performance, and industry-leading security and compliance on Azure. Since general availability, we have continued to bring new features and capabilities like increased storage and availability across more regions worldwide.


We are excited to announce the public preview of Virtual Network (VNet) service endpoints for Azure Database for MySQL and PostgreSQL in all regions where the service is available. Visit region expansion for MySQL and PostgreSQL for service availability. VNet service endpoints enable you to isolate connectivity to your logical server from only a given subnet or set of subnets within your virtual network. The traffic to Azure Database for MySQL and/or PostgreSQL from your VNet always stays within the Azure backbone network. Preference for this direct route is over any specific ones that route Internet traffic through virtual appliances or on-premises.




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