Key Rotation Made Easy with Azure Key Vault and Azure Automation

If you are using secret keys to access resources like Azure Storage, Service Bus etc. it’s a good idea to rotate your keys. It’s a best practice enabling you to replace potentially leaked or compromised keys. How ever this also presents some challenges. Especially if the keys are used in multiple applications, you need to … Continue reading Key Rotation Made Easy with Azure Key Vault and Azure Automation

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Using Managed Service Identity to Access Azure Key Vault from Azure App Service

In the previous article, I talked about using Managed Service Identity on Azure VM to access Azure Key Vault. We deployed a web application written in ASP.Net Core 2 to the VM and accessed Key Vault to get a secret for the application. Same way, we can use Managed Service Identity in Azure App Service … Continue reading Using Managed Service Identity to Access Azure Key Vault from Azure App Service

Allow Application Running on An Azure Virtual Machine to Access Azure Key Vault using Managed Service Identity

In an earlier article I described what a Managed Service Identity is and how we can use it. In this article we’ll have a closer look at the scenario described in that article. Where we going to allow the application that is running in our Azure Virtual Machine to access an Azure Key Vault instance … Continue reading Allow Application Running on An Azure Virtual Machine to Access Azure Key Vault using Managed Service Identity