Exam: AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals 0 Likes

It needs to be ensured that the application hosted on the virtual (AZ-900)

Updated on 12/16/2023

A company is planning on hosting an application on an Azure Virtual Machine. It needs to be ensured that the application hosted on the virtual machine is accessible from the Internet over HTTPS. You decide to implement a DDOS protection plan.

Would this satisfy the requirement?

A) Yes.
B) No.


Correct answer: B) No.
Implementing a DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) protection plan does not in itself guarantee that the application hosted on a Virtual Machine in Azure will be accessible over the Internet via the HTTPS protocol. The DDoS protection plan aims to mitigate distributed denial of service attacks by protecting the infrastructure from excessive malicious traffic that could jeopardize the availability of resources.
To allow HTTPS access to the application, it is necessary to configure the web server correctly in the Virtual Machine, guarantee the availability of the HTTPS service, configure SSL/TLS certificates and, optionally, consider additional layers of security, such as a Web Application Firewall (WAF), for additional protection against application-specific threats.

Category: Azure architecture and services

Language: English

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