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why would I use Azure Internet Analyzer?

What scenarios is Internet Analyzer designed to address?

[Note: As we migrate from MSDN, this question has been posted by an Azure Cloud Engineer as a frequently asked question] Source: Microsoft Docs


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Internet Analyzer is designed to give you networking performance insights based on your user population. To help make the best performance decisions for your users, Internet Analyzer compares the performance of two Internet endpoints using your distinct user population. While Internet Analyzer can answer a multitude of questions, some of the most common are:

  • What is the performance impact of migrating to the cloud?

Suggested Test: Custom (your current on-premises infrastructure) vs. Azure (any preconfigured endpoint)

  • What is the value of putting my data at the edge vs. in a data center?

Suggested Test: Azure vs. Azure Front Door, Azure vs. Azure CDN from Microsoft

  • What is the performance benefit of Azure Front Door?

Suggested Test: Custom/ Azure/ CDN vs. Azure Front Door

  • What is the performance benefit of Azure CDN from Microsoft?

Suggested Test: Custom/ Azure/ AFD vs. Azure CDN from Microsoft

  • How does Azure CDN from Microsoft stack up?

Suggested Test: Custom (other CDN endpoint) vs. Azure CDN from Microsoft


  • What is the best cloud for your end-user population in each region?

Suggested Test: Custom (other cloud service) vs. Azure (any preconfigured endpoint)


Source: Microsoft Docs


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