Getting Started with Network - Manage Simple Application Gateway - in Java

Azure network sample for managing application gateways.

- CREATE an application gateway for load balancing HTTP/HTTPS requests to backend server pools of virtual machines

This application gateway serves traffic for multiple domain names

Routing Rule 1 Hostname 1 = None Backend server pool 1 = 4 virtual machines with IP addresses Backend server pool 1 settings = HTTP:8080 Front end port 1 = HTTP:80 Listener 1 = HTTP Routing rule 1 = HTTP listener 1 => backend server pool 1 (round-robin load distribution)

- MODIFY the application gateway - re-configure the Routing Rule 1 for SSL offload and add a host name, www.contoso.com

Change listener 1 from HTTP to HTTPS Add SSL certificate to the listener Update front end port 1 to HTTPS:1443 Add a host name, www.contoso.com Enable cookie-based affinity

Modified Routing Rule 1 Hostname 1 = www.contoso.com Backend server pool 1 = 4 virtual machines with IP addresses Backend server pool 1 settings = HTTP:8080 Front end port 1 = HTTPS:1443 Listener 1 = HTTPS Routing rule 1 = HTTPS listener 1 => backend server pool 1 (round-robin load distribution)

Running this Sample

To run this sample:

See DefaultAzureCredential and prepare the authentication works best for you. For more details on authentication, please refer to AUTH.md.

git clone https://github.com/Azure-Samples/application-gateway-java-manage-simple-application-gateways.git

cd application-gateway-java-manage-simple-application-gateways

mvn clean compile exec:java

More information

For general documentation as well as quickstarts on how to use Azure Management Libraries for Java, please see here.

Start to develop applications with Java on Azure here.

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