Methods to Connect to Azure

Typical methods using a VPN to securely connect from your environment to Azure are listed below. Setting up VPNs is not a simple process and takes time. See the Azure Documentation Center.
Site to Site (S2S)
Connect by creating a site-to-site VPN gateway connection from your on-premises networks to Azure VNets.
Point to Site (P2S)
Connect by creating a point-to-site VPN gateway connection from your virtual network from an individual client computer to Azure VNets. If you have only a few clients to connect to a VNet, use P2S instead of S2S.
Connect from an IP VPN network, a point-to-point Ethernet network, or a virtual cross-connection using an Ethernet exchange through a connectivity provider.

You can set up a jumpbox, but it is not as secure as a VPN until you secure it with SSL.

SSH tunneling is not recommended as it is not a native Azure capability.

After deploying a solution template, you have the option to create public IPs if you are connecting to the public cloud through the Internet. Logging on to a VM using public IPs is typically used with the POC short-term license for BYOL.

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