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5 posts tagged with "azure"

Exploring Azure Function Triggers and Bindings ⚡

Azure Functions is one of the the serverless services in Azure which allows you to run your business logic without worrying about where it’s running and how it scales. But it being serverless is not the highlight of this amazing service, the way it’s designed which allows you to leverage a very diverse set of triggers and input/output bindings without writing much code is to me the best of the best. So in this article I’ve decided to take you on a journey with a few of the common triggers and bindings and show you how to set them up quickly and without writing any unnecessary code.

PublishedMar 29, 2021
Time to read8 min
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How much do you know about Azure CosmosDB Emulator? 🧐

Azure Cosmos DB is one of the foundational services in Azure, which provides high availability, global scale and an impressive performance. However, it could be a bit costly for developers to spin up an instance during their development especially if they don’t know some of the basics such as what should be the partition key, what throughput they should select and so on that much.

The Azure Cosmos DB Emulator is a service provided by Microsoft which allows you to emulate the Cosmos DB Service locally for development purposes. In addition, no matter whether you’re using Azure CosmosDB or not, at some point you might have to test some sort of DocumentDB locally.

PublishedDec 15, 2020
Time to read4 min
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How to use Azure Cosmos Emulator as a local MongoDb database 🌍

I recently was trying to prepare a demo which involved me having a local MongoDb database. I reviewed a few options and was about to choose one when I remembered I have Azure Cosmos DB Emulator installed and Cosmos DB supports MongoDb APIs.

PublishedNov 30, 2020
Time to read6 min
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Infrastructure as code, Azure app service using a wildcard certificate from KeyVault

This post is one of those posts which is related to my consulting side. I was involved in a project where infrastructure as code was the approach from get go and since we had everything on Azure, we chose a mix of ARM templates and PowerShell. I hit a few issues along the way which I think it’s very valuable to be aware of for many people and especially myself in future on a similar project 😊.

PublishedOct 31, 2019
Time to read9 min
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Using Azure B2C as your identity manager (Part 1)

Flexibility is a key part of Azure Active Directory B2C. Use built-in policies to create a login experience in minutes. For more complex scenarios, use our identity experience framework to build custom policies.

PublishedAug 16, 2017
Time to read4 min
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