In general, are most PaaS systems placed on the same network as the Legacy systems they may draw resources from (ex: mobile web services requesting info from a Legacy DB), or would the PaaS be placed externally on an IaaS that is not associated with the Legacy system.
IIf you do separate the PaaS from the Legacy, what are the security implications
Since I use azure then your application would generally use the sql server hosted in azure the sql server is only accessible within my defined cloud service which contains the azure virtual machines and
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