Azure API Management Service offers great support for hosting APIs. One of the greatest ways it support is by hosting different internal Azure artifacts. Once you go to the portal API Management Service and select APIs menu, it serves you with multiple options to add an API.
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Saturday, January 25, 2020
Products are the means for exposing APIs for the developers. In order to add a product, go to Products tab on the API menu.
You can see already two products there. They basically show up the possibility of limiting the quotas to be used by the developers. Unlimited one does not has any restrictions applied, but the Starter has a rate limit and a quota limit policies applied under its policies.
Thursday, January 16, 2020
Azure provides comprehensive set of options for managing APIs. API Management Service is one of such that let you control the access granted to outside. Getting started with API Management Service is easy. The new API Management Service wizard will open up like this.
Once all the required fields are filled and validated, you can access the API Management Service (APIM) through the portal. In this article I will explain an overview of what are the sections available and what each section does as I am intending to write detailed specifics in some sections in coming articles.
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Sunday, January 12, 2020
Earlier I wrote an article on having Azure Key Vault and App Configuration together. I have been using it for a while. But in this article I will write specifics on the Azure Key Vault. Azure Key Vault is the central hub for storing secrets, keys and certificates.
Imagine a scenario where you have a bunch of configuration keys need to go with your application. You do not need the developers to know about these key values that runs on production. Well you can simply have a Key Vault setup to do that.