New performance and logging capabilities in Azure Firewall

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Written by Mark Gakman, Senior Program Manager, Azure Firewall and Firewall Manager

 

Organizations are speeding up workload migration to Azure to take advantage of the growing set of innovative cloud services, scale, and economic benefits of the public cloud. Applications migration to the cloud consequently increases the network traffic throughput demand. This puts pressure on network elements and more specifically on Azure Firewall which is in the critical path of most network traffic. Currently, Azure Firewall supports 30 Gbps which is sufficient to meet current throughput demands for many of our customers. However, we are seeing some organizations require even more throughput and towards this, we are announcing new Azure Firewall capabilities as well as updates for January 2022:

 

  • Azure Firewall network rule name logging.
  • Azure Firewall premium performance boost.
  • Performance whitepaper.

 

Azure Firewall network rule name logging

 
We have heard your feedback and are happy to announce the rule name availability in the Network logs. Like application rules, network rule name is now available in the logs.

 

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