Building serverless applications with Azure Functions: A guide to building serverless applications using Azure Functions, including how to create, test, and deploy functions, and how to integrate them with other Azure services.
Deploying .NET Core Applications on Azure: A Guide
Topic vs. Azure Service Bus Queue comparison.
Monitoring Azure AD Client Secrets going forward When we first started receiving information, your Azure AD app client secrets were due to expire. Sending notifications to users who can renew their secrets on time is now necessary.
It’s crucial to maintain continuous operation of live applications at all times. But what if you neglect to update the ClientSecrets that have expired and your program suddenly crashes? Your clients and business will be impacted, and you will receive several letters requesting further action. As the owner of the application, you don’t want any application downtime.
Replace Tokens is an extension that can be used in Azure DevOps to replace tokens in the code files with variable values (which can be configured in the Pipelines Library) during the execution of the CI/CD process.
In this article, I demonstrated how to enable Microsoft Defender for all Azure Cloud subscriptions.
In this blog, we will learn about, how one can interact with Azure using Visual Studio Code. For that, let’s go to VS code and install an extension called Azure Account as shown below,
In this blog, I’ll outline the procedures for backing up an Azure function app and restoring it as necessary.
Unit testing using xUnit and Moq will be covered in full here, step by step. For a fundamental grasp of unit test cases, I recommend reading my blog post below.