Azure Static Web Apps for the Enterprise

Azure Static Web Apps. An easy way to get a hobby site into the world for very little cost.

But that's not all they can do! With a few changes to the out of the box experience, and using the standard, paid, tier we can use these Azure Resources in our enterprise architecture!

We will touch upon infrastructure as code, to make reliable deployments to a known environment.

We'll look into how to change the default pipeline to allow unit tests etc for the code, and deploying the same build applications into multiple environments.

Finally we'll take a look at Custom Authentication - using Auth0 to authenticate and a custom Azure Function to provide the roles for our users.

Stacy Cashmore

Stacy Cashmore

Tech Explorer DevOps, Omniplan, Netherlands

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