Dynamic Access to Azure Functions Keys without KUDU Dependencies

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: This has been originally posted on Mexia blog I was asked by a previous client whether there would be a way to access to individual function keys, host keys and master key of an Azure Functions app instance without visiting Azure Portal. Because they wanted to use Azure Functions for their CI/CD pipeline with … Continue reading “Dynamic Access to Azure Functions Keys without KUDU Dependencies”

SOAP over Azure API Management, Logic Apps and Functions

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: This has been originally posted on Mexia blog When we work for a service integration project for a customer’s information systems, not all systems use cutting-edge technologies. Rather, still many information systems use legacy ways to get integration works done. For example, some legacy applications still drop files to a designated folder so that … Continue reading “SOAP over Azure API Management, Logic Apps and Functions”

Securing SAS Token from Azure Logic Apps

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: This has been originally posted on https://blog.mexia.com.au/securing-sas-token-from-azure-logic-apps When we are using Azure Logic Apps, especially HTTP trigger, their endpoint URLs are overwhelmingly long. Here is an example: View the code on Gist. The purpose of the SAS token used in the Logic Apps is for authentication and authorisation, which is good. But the problem … Continue reading “Securing SAS Token from Azure Logic Apps”

Outbound IP Registration to Azure SQL Using Azure Functions

As Azure SQL Database is PaaS, it has its own firewall settings. Due to its white-listed nature, only traffic from registered IP addresses is allowed to access to the server instance. Of course, there is an option that the server allows all Azure resources to access to the server. However, this is not secure because … Continue reading “Outbound IP Registration to Azure SQL Using Azure Functions”

Azure Functions with IoC Container

I’ve been talking about managing dependencies and unit testing in Azure Functions quite a few times in those articles: Is Your Serverless Application Testable? – Azure Functions Precompiled Azure Functions Revisited Testing Precompiled Azure Functions Debugging Azure Functions in Our Local Box Managing Dependencies in Azure Functions Testing Azure Functions in Emulated Environment with ScriptCs … Continue reading “Azure Functions with IoC Container”