I'm working with an Azure function that has an inbound IP whitelist restriction.
My Nintex workflow attempts to call the Azure function, but is being blocked.
I would like to know the Azure region where Nintex O365 workflows reside.
I have already checked the FAQ https://community.nintex.com/t5/How-To-s/Nintex-Online-Services-IP-Addresses-to-Whitelist/ta-p/83587 , which state that Nintex workflows are hosted in Azure.
The recommedation on that brief post links to a site where ALL Microsoft servers are listed. If I have an Azure region that Nintex uses, I can at least limit my white list to under a hundred IP addresses. Otherwise, manually entering hundreds of IP addresses appears to be the only option (madness).
Thanks in advance.
Nintex workflow for O365 is hosted on Azure data centers around the world.
To find out where your Nintex is hosted go to Information > About from the Nintex workflow designer. It will either be West US, Australia, Japan or Europe.