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You plan to deploy multiple instances of an Azure web app across several Azure regions.
You need to design an access solution for the app. The solution must meet the following replication requirements:
Support rate limiting.
Balance requests between all instances.
Ensure that users can access the app in the event of a regional outage.
Solution: You use Azure Traffic Manager to provide access to the app.
Does this meet the goal?
Azure Traffic Manager is a DNS-based traffic load balancer. This service allows you to distribute traffic to your public facing applications across the global Azure regions. Traffic Manager also provides your public endpoints with high availability and quick responsiveness. It does not provide rate limiting.