Secure Serverless Azure Functions AppSetting Using Key Vault

Create a Secret

Introduction

Security is something that we all are worried about, especially if your applications are in cloud. If someone is able to see the credentials or client’s data, then you lose the trust you have with your customer. I know, that no one likes it. Fortunately, every cloud providers have already provided enough options to make your application…

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An engineer by profession and writer by passion. Author at Sibeesh Passion, Microsoft MVP (2016–2022). Software Engineer @ Microsoft

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Sibeesh Venu

Sibeesh Venu

An engineer by profession and writer by passion. Author at Sibeesh Passion, Microsoft MVP (2016–2022). Software Engineer @ Microsoft

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