Secure your Azure App Service using free SSL / TLS Certificates

Yesterday, Microsoft announced one of the most requested features of Azure App Services at Ignite: Free Transport Layer Security (TLS) for Azure App Service. The free App Service Managed Certificate is a fully functional SSL certificate that is managed by Azure and gets automatically renewed. Since this is a free offering, it also comes with… Continue reading Secure your Azure App Service using free SSL / TLS Certificates

Using Azure AD B2C with Angular 8

Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) B2C is a popular business-to-consumer identity management service from Microsoft that enables you to customize and control how users sign up and sign in to your application. While there are many examples out there how to use Azure B2C with an ASP.NET Core web application, it's hard to find examples… Continue reading Using Azure AD B2C with Angular 8

How to create Azure Web App for Containers

The last few days I struggled a lot to create an Azure Web App for Containers resource using the Azure Portal. My use case was to deploy a windows based (windowsservercore) docker image that is stored inside an Azure Container Registry (ACR) to an Azure Web App. If you are also unable to provision Azure… Continue reading How to create Azure Web App for Containers

Configure Azure App Service IP Restrictions using PowerShell

IP Restrictions is a feature I recently start using a lot. It allows me to define a list of IP addresses that are allowed or denied to access my app service. Both IPv4 and IPv6 adresses can be used. At the moment there is no Azure CLI or PowerShell cmdlet available to set the IP… Continue reading Configure Azure App Service IP Restrictions using PowerShell

Azure App Services: Determine supported dotnet core version

If you try to use the latest .NET Core version 2.1.3 within your Azure Web or API App, you will receive the error code 502.5. After you enabled logging you will find an error similar to this: So one way to determine the installed dotnet core versions is to look at the error log. But… Continue reading Azure App Services: Determine supported dotnet core version