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Accessing Key Vault from Azure Functions with Managed Identity

by Justin Yoo · 3 min read

DISCLAIMER: This post is purely a personal opinion, not representing or affiliating my employer's. In my previous post, we discussed how Azure Logic App can access to Azure Key Vault. Now in this post, I'm going to talk about how Azure Functions can access to Key Vault directly ...

AutoMapper Dependency Injection into Azure Functions

by Justin Yoo · 3 min read

DISCLAIMER: This post is purely a personal opinion, not representing or affiliating my employer's. Handling DTO (Data Transfer Object) is one of core tasks while developing an application especially to interact with database or external APIs. As you know, using DTO is particula ...

Locale Settings in Azure Functions

by Justin Yoo · 2 min read

DISCLAIMER: This post is purely a personal opinion, not representing or affiliating my employer's. PaaS (Platform as a Service) like Azure Functions is a fully-managed service, so we don't have to do maintenance efforts. This often implies that there are something we can't conf ...

Dependency Injections on Azure Functions V2

by Justin Yoo · 14 min read

Dependency Injections on Azure Functions is not that quite intuitive. I've written many blog posts about dependency management on Azure Functions to improve testability and this was my latest one. However, they are mostly about V1, which supports .NET Framework. Azure Functions V ...

Cosmos DB in Azure Functions V1 and V2

by Justin Yoo · 6 min read

As one of serverless families in Azure, Cosms DB is becoming very popular. In many development scenarios, Cosmos DB actually replaces existing RDBMS because it requires relatively lower cost for maintenance, and is easy to use. Another serverless family, Azure Functions, also pro ...

Converting UTC to Local Time via Azure Functions and Logic Apps

by Justin Yoo · 5 min read

In many information system development scenarios, including integration scenarios, handling date/time value is always problematic. If your information systems reside in your office or data centre located in your area, that won't bring about too much trouble. However, if your orga ...