In part one of this blog series, I looked at some of the fundamental problems of managing multiple service providers. However, to keep up with customer demand and expectations, employing a number of third-party providers to deliver services to customers is inevitable. 987 more words
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In last post, we have discussed how to create azure web app along with the deployment slots using Azure ARM template. We are going to expand on the template created and learn how to configure application settings, web app properties like alwaysOn, remote debugging, etc and connection strings for azure web app in this blog post. 339 more words
So what is the problem? And why do we need Continuous delivery?
Regardless what agile methodology framework we use, and no matter how agile our software development is, as long as we are not moving that developed code into production environment, or at least make it production ready, as fast as how it was developed, then, we are probably not making the best use of the Agile Software methodologies. 755 more words
Microsoft recently announced Azure Managed Service Identity (MSI) which in a nutshell, is a way to avoid storing credentials in code or in locations such as the web.config, the app service settings etc…thanks to an automatically provisoned Service Principal (bootstrap identity) that you can leverage using the App Service (or other components supporting MSI). 1,623 more words