Create Traffic Manager On Azure To Manage Requests To A Web Resource Located On Multiple Data Centers

In this blog, we will learn to create Traffic Manager on Azure to manage requests to a Web Resource located on multiple Data Centers.

Step 1
 
Create three web apps on three different locations, like one in the US, one in Canada, and one in India.
 
Create Traffic Manager On Azure To Manage Requests To A Web Resource Located On Multiple Data Centers
 
Upload the same website to these indicating the place where the web app is located.
 
Create Traffic Manager On Azure To Manage Requests To A Web Resource Located On Multiple Data Centers
 
Step 2
 
Create a Traffic Manager by clicking "New" and then search for Traffic Manager Profile.
 
Create Traffic Manager On Azure To Manage Requests To A Web Resource Located On Multiple Data Centers
 
Create Traffic Manager On Azure To Manage Requests To A Web Resource Located On Multiple Data Centers
 
Step 3
 
Now, click on Endpoints > Add the web resources to the traffic manager.
 
Create Traffic Manager On Azure To Manage Requests To A Web Resource Located On Multiple Data Centers
 
Step 4
 
Enter a name for Endpoint and select the resource, repeat this step, and create endpoints for all three web resources.
 
Create Traffic Manager On Azure To Manage Requests To A Web Resource Located On Multiple Data Centers
 
 Create Traffic Manager On Azure To Manage Requests To A Web Resource Located On Multiple Data Centers
 
Step 5
 
Now, enable Traffic Manager Profile and click on the URL to open the website uploaded in different web apps.
 
Create Traffic Manager On Azure To Manage Requests To A Web Resource Located On Multiple Data Centers
 
Step 6
 
Now, you will be served with the web site you uploaded in your web apps on one of the data centers having low traffic at that time.
 
Create Traffic Manager On Azure To Manage Requests To A Web Resource Located On Multiple Data Centers
 
Step 7
 
Now after some time Refresh the traffic manager profile after some time and Open the URL again.
 
Create Traffic Manager On Azure To Manage Requests To A Web Resource Located On Multiple Data Centers