Configuration in Azure. Done right.

When handling configuration in Azure, there's a really simple and quick way to do it. And then there's the RIGHT way to do it.

In this session, we'll dive into the different options Azure provides to do configuration. And of course, we will show you how to use them. We'll not only show you example code, but also how you can use it locally while debugging. Of course we won't forget the known issues you might run into doing so...

We'll touch on App Settings, App Configuration, Key Vault and Managed Identity.


Resources

Rick van den Bosch

Rick van den Bosch

Microsoft Azure MVP, Principal Cloud Architect

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