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Demystifying Azure Container Apps & Dapr – Part 5

Read Part 1 here. Read Part 2 here. Read Part 3 here. Read Part 4 here. Today I will be using the traffic-splitting capability of Azure Container Apps. Azure Container Apps implements container app versioning by creating revisions. A revision is an immutable snapshot of a container app version. Revisions in Azure Container App The… Continue reading Demystifying Azure Container Apps & Dapr – Part 5

.NET · Architecture · Azure · Azure Container Registry · AzureContainerApps · Bicep · CI-CD · GitHub-Actions · Infrastructure As Code · managed-identity

Demystifying Azure Container Apps & Dapr – Part 4

Read Part 1 here. Read Part 2 here. Read Part 3 here. Last time, I wrote the backend service (JobListener) which gets triggered by the Dapr pubsub whenever an image is uploaded into the designated blob container in the storage account. It then uses Computer Vision APIs to do the image recognition. Today we will… Continue reading Demystifying Azure Container Apps & Dapr – Part 4

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Key Vault as backing store of Azure Functions

If you have used Azure function, you probably are aware that Azure Functions leverages a Storage Account underneath to support the file storage (where the function app code resides as Azure File share) and also as a backing store to keep Functions Keys (the secrets that are used in Function invocations). Figure: Storage Account containers… Continue reading Key Vault as backing store of Azure Functions

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Zero-Secret application development with Azure Managed Service Identity

Committing the secrets along with application codes to a repository is one of the most commonly made mistakes by many developers. This can get nasty when an application is developed for Cloud deployment. You probably have read the story of checking in AWS S3 secrets to GitHub. The developer corrected the mistake in 5 mins,… Continue reading Zero-Secret application development with Azure Managed Service Identity