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Does F5 Advanced WAF work with Azure App Service?


I'm researching F5 Advanced WAF. Does it work with Azure App Service?


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Senior Technical Manager at Novac Technology Solutions
Sep 8, 2021

Yes, it's available. 

You may look at F5 Centralized Management too to bring your policies and profiles from on-prem to the cloud.

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Security Consultant at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
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Oct 31, 2020

Yes, it is definitely supported on most cloud platforms.

You can find all needed info regarding Azure cloud on this link: https://azuremarketplace.micro

Group Head, Enterprise Systems at Fidelity Bank Plc
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Dec 4, 2020

Sure. It's available on the Azure Marketplace

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