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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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MichaelOgunlade - PeerSpot reviewer
Group Head, Enterprise Systems at Fidelity Bank Plc
Real User
Dec 4, 2020

Sure. It's available on the Azure Marketplace

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Rajan K - PeerSpot reviewer
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.

Georges Samaha - PeerSpot reviewer
Security Consultant at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Top 5
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

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