Build & monitor highly available apps w/ Azure Load Balancer

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Join this session to learn how you can create zone resilient and performant applications with Azure. Learn about best practices around creating highly available applications with a focus on zone resiliency, metrics, and monitoring. In addition, you will hear about the latest feature releases and how best to leverage them and avoid known pitfalls.

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@AnaviNahar Hi, I am wondering would a CDN service offer the same option, apart from the resilience of the VM.

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