In essence, it’s quite simple to host an App service in Azure. When you want to host an App Service you have a big selection of options to choose from. But how do you know which App Service is best for your company to host your app, also from a cost perspective Sometimes it can even be beneficial to let developers work on a legacy app in order to let it run on a different platform. Let’s check out why.Continue reading
We are gonna create an actual Azure Active Directory B2C tenant with user flows for registering and sign in scenarios. After that, we create a web application that will be using it to authenticate users.Continue reading
Secure your Web App easily. In today’s world, it is risky to have a website that isn’t properly secured from outside attacks. Luckily Azure offers some features that can help to protect your WebApps from outside attacks.
In this blog post, I will create a Virtual Network (VNet) and show you how you can secure your Webapp using a VNET and an Azure Application Gateway. The picture will show you what you can configure. But please enter your own information if you need other configurations.
Most of the time when I need to use a self-signed certificate, I use Openssl. But I saw that you can easily create a self-signed certificate with Azure Key Vault.
In this blog post, I will use the Azure portal to create a simple self-signed certificate and make it available in your Azure App service.