Category Azure

Create, Build, Deploy and Configure an Azure Function with Azure DevOps and Azure CLI

This post shows how to create, build, deploy and configure an Azure Function using Azure DevOps, Azure CLI and Powershell. An Azure Function is created in Azure using Azure DevOps with Azure CLI and Powershell. The Azure Function (V3) project is created and built using Visual Studio and C#. This project is deployed to the […]

Use Azure Key Vault for Secrets in Azure DevOps Pipelines

This blog shows how Azure Key Vault can be used in an Azure DevOps Pipeline build. By using Azure Key Vault to handle all your secrets or certificates, no secrets need to be saved to code, files, or other storage for the initial secrets required in a solution. Setup the Build Key Vault An Azure […]

Create Azure Infrastructure with Azure DevOps and Azure CLI Powershell scripts

In Azure DevOps, Pipelines can be used to create Azure infrastructure using Azure CLI and Powershell. This blog shows how to create a simple resource group in Azure using Azure DevOps Pipelines. Create the Azure DevOps Pipeline To get started, create a new Pipeline in your Azure DevOps project which references a git repository with […]

Publish Nuget packages in Azure DevOps Pipelines

In Azure DevOps, Pipelines can be used to build your solution, create a Nuget package and publish the Nuget package to the Nuget feed for further usage. This post shows how you can implement this and use the new Nuget package in Visual Studio. Setup Azure DevOps project and git Repository Open the required Azure […]

Using Azure Service Bus with restricted access

Azure Service Bus provides many ways to setup different access levels for all types of things like the bus itself, queues, topics or subscriptions. In this post some of the ways to configure the different access levels for a queue sender will be shown. In this demo we want to allow only send access rights […]

Provisioning X.509 Devices for Azure IoT Hub using .NET Core

This article shows how Azure device provisioning service can be used to setup an Azure IoT Hub and provision devices using X.509 certificates in an enrollment group. The certificates are created using the nuget package CertificateManager. By using this package, the X.509 certificates can be created in .NET Core and created on the fly as […]

Force ASP.NET Core OpenID Connect client to require MFA

This article shows how an ASP.NET Core Razor Page application which uses OpenID Connect to sign in, can require that users have authenticated using MFA (multi factor authentication). Code: Blogs in this series Force ASP.NET Core OpenID Connect client to require MFA Send MFA signin requirement to OpenID Connect server using ASP.NET Core Identity […]