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Issues with "Cannot bind parameter 'log' to type ILogger." after upgrading Azure Functions to v3 Paid Members Public
I have a lot of Azure Functions. Most of them are running on v2 with support for .NET Core 2.2 and netstandard2.0. During the upgrade process of my projects, I stumbled onto this several times across different projects: Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.Host: Cannot bind parameter 'log'
Use the new Azure SDKs with Managed Identities Paid Members Public
Over the years there's been a plethora of API's and approaches to work with artifacts and resources in Azure. In July this year (2019), Microsoft announced the availability of the new Azure SDK API Standards, which is a new set of SDK's in the
Log custom application security events in Azure Log Analytics which are ingested and used in Microsoft Sentinel Paid Members Public
A powerful capability of the Azure Sentinel [https://azure.microsoft.com/services/azure-sentinel/?WT.mc_id=ES-MVP-4021705] service is that you can ingest data from a wide variety of sources. Using Connectors [https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/sentinel/quickstart-onboard?WT.mc_id=ES-MVP-4021705#connect-data-sources] , you can even ingest data
Retrieve logs from Application Insights programmatically with .NET Core (C#) Paid Members Public
When working with Azure's Application Insights, there's some times where I would've wanted to quickly and programmatically export specific events, search the logs or otherwise pull some data out based on dynamic metrics of applications or monitoring solutions I've set up. In
Introduction to Azure App Configuration for Developers with C# .NET Core Paid Members Public
Azure App Configuration helps us centralize configuration and makes it a lot easier to manage distributed apps, web sites, Functions, containers, your microservices and more.
Developing using Azure Dev Spaces with Azure Kubernetes Services Paid Members Public
Explore Azure Dev Spaces for AKS, to easily do development work, and hit F5 to update in Kubernetes in your dev space. Quicker, easier and more reliable iterations will win the day.
Azure Container Instances - Using Managed Identity to access Key Vault secrets with C# Paid Members Public
Azure Container Instances with Azure Managed Identity, accessing data in a Key Vault without using any stored credentials - all done in C# with .NET Core. Tag along!
Azure Container Instances (ACI) and Secrets - Creating secret volumes and consume secrets using C# .NET Core Paid Members Public
A full guide to how you can define a Secret volume mount to your Azure Container Instances, and how you can read these secrets using C# with .NET Core. Stay secure out there!