Azure VNet Peering enables two virtual network groups to communicate with one another. Once the two virtual networks have been peered, virtual machines communicate over Microsoft’s backbone infrastructure. This allows resources in either VNet to communicate to one another, as communication is bi-directional. VNet Peering essentially creates its own isolated network which is dedicated to a subscription.
Here we have two Virtual Networks (VNet01 and 02), and as you can see different IP Address spaces… We will implement Peering to…..for the complete blog post, please visit, SCOMandOtherGeekyStuff.com.