Azure Static Web Apps can be linked to Azure Functions, Azure Container Apps etc to provide the linked backend for a site. This post will demonstrate how to do this with Bicep.
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Azure standard availability tests with Bicep
Azure standard tests are a tremendous way to monitor the uptime of your services in Azure. Sometimes also called availability tests, web tests and ping tests, this post goes through how to deploy one using Bicep. It also looks at some of the gotchas that you may encounter as you're setting it up.
Output connection strings and keys from Azure Bicep
If we're provisioning resources in Azure with Bicep, we may have a need to acquire the connection strings and keys of our newly deployed infrastructure. For example, the connection strings of an event hub or the access keys of a storage account. Perhaps we'd like to use them to run an end-to-end test, perhaps we'd like to store these secrets somewhere for later consumption. This post shows how to do that using Bicep and the
listKeys helper. Optionally it shows how we could consume this in Azure Pipelines.
Goodbye Client Affinity, Hello Data Protection with Azure
I've written lately about zero downtime releases with Azure App Service. Zero downtime releases are only successful if your authentication mechanism survives a new deployment. We looked in my last post at how to achieve this with Azure's in-built authentication mechanism; Easy Auth.
Making Easy Auth tokens survive releases on Linux Azure App Service
I wrote recently about zero downtime deployments on Azure App Service. Many applications require authentication, and ours is no exception. In our case we're using Azure Active Directory facilitated by "Easy Auth" which provides authentication to our App Service.
Azure RBAC: role assignments and ARM templates
This post is about Azure's role assignments and ARM templates. Role assignments can be thought of as "permissions for Azure".
ASP.NET, Serilog and Application Insights
If you're deploying an ASP.NET application to Azure App Services / Azure Container Apps or similar, there's a decent chance you'll also be using the fantastic Serilog and will want to plug it into Azure's Application Insights.
Azure Easy Auth and Roles with .NET and Microsoft.Identity.Web
I wrote recently about how to get Azure Easy Auth to work with roles. This involved borrowing the approach used by MaximeRouiller.Azure.AppService.EasyAuth.
Azure Easy Auth and Roles with .NET (and .NET Core)
If this post is interesting to you, you may also want to look at this one where we try to use Microsoft.Identity.Web for the same purpose.