In this first post in a 7-part series, Premier Consultant Ilias Jennane explains the fundamentals of containers and Docker.
Successfully delivering valuable functionality in the first sprint or three can be difficult, and for some, simply impossible. But the lessons learned from the attempt are invaluable! Taking an early hit, failing in the short term is unimportant if it improves the chance of success in the long run.
Azure Key Vault is a tool for securely storing and accessing secrets. A secret is anything that you want to tightly control access to, such as API keys, passwords, or certificates. A vault is a logical group of secrets.
Asking these questions during sprint planning is a great way to start a conversation that will both achieve the principles of collaboration and engagement, and ensure a greater understanding of the value that the product is expected to deliver to its users.
This post will give an example of getting WebPart information for a page, using the REST API. The gd-sprest library will be used for this example.
AAD multi-tenancy is ideal for medium-to-large enterprises who own and manage their own identity infrastructure. This sample is for small enterprises, usually without their own identity infrastructure. It provides support for an application that needs to group it's users into discrete groups, each representing an application tenant.
In this post, App Dev Manager Fidelis Ekezue explores Azure Cognitive Services Text Analytics.
Premier Field Engineer Gunjan Datta demonstrates how to retrieve data from SharePoint using NodeJS.
This sample implements an Azure Function App, which uses Azure KeyVault to sign OAuth2 client assertions used to obtain JWT tokens from Azure AD. The private key used to sign the client assertion and thus authenticate the function to Azure AD is generated in the KeyVault and never leaves that service (it is not exportable).
Premier Dev Consultant Marius Rochon shares an example of a PowerShell script to upload a set of B2C IEF policies to one or more B2C tenants.