Your company acquires another business. The acquired business has Azure resources located in a sovereign Azure cloud.
You are asked to configure network connectivity between your company's Azure network and the Azure network of the acquired company.
You need to implement this connectivity.
What should you do?
To make a network connection from a public Azure subscription to a sovereign cloud Azure subscription, you must use a Site-to-Site VPN. It is the only option that supports connectivity across the sovereign boundary and provides full virtual network (VNet) connectivity.
You should not enable a VNet-to-VNet VPN gateway or VNet Peering. These options are only supported within the same subscription.
You should not configure a Point-to-Point VPN connection. While this is supported across subscriptions, this option only supports single application or VM connectivity, not full network connectivity.