Microsoft Azure Traffic Manager allows you to control the distribution of user traffic to your specified endpoints, which can include Azure cloud services, websites, and other endpoints.
As an example, the following diagram shows a Traffic Manager profile that distribute traffic across multiple Endpoints:
Cloudockit now allows you to fully document your Traffic Manager profiles.
You get all the details like the Traffic Routing Method, the Location, the Monitor information (path, protocol, status…). You also get a list of all the Endpoints including their location, Priority and Weight.
As an example, here is a screenshot for a simple Traffic Manager Profile: