Managing ADX Data with .NET Core and Azure B2C
Bryan Soltis demonstrates how to create a custom .NET Core web app to access and manage ADX data.
I recently had a client that was looking to build a custom web application to work with Azure Data Explorer (ADX) data. While managing this data is very easy from within the Azure portal, this solution called for a self-contained application to manage within the user’s environment. I searched for how to do this in a web application but didn’t find many resources. So, to help you on your development journey (and me remember the stuff I do), I decided to create a POC for the project.
Just to make it more fun, I added a bunch of other components to the solution (Azure B2C integration, Dependency Injection, Caching, and more!) so I’d have a complete solution blending all the concepts. For the process, I borrowed a bit from other repos and documentation along the way. Let me show you how I did it…
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For this project, I created a GitHub repo of the entire solution. Within the article, click on files to link directly to the repo.