“Hello World and Then Some” with Azure Active Directory B2C Custom Policies – Part 6: Hello! Let’s Add a User

This post continues a series that provides a walkthrough illustrating how to work with Azure Active Directory B2C custom policies by building one from the ground up. As the series progresses, the topics will serve to show how the different parts of the AAD B2C policy syntax and the underlying framework can be brought together…

Azure Functions: What are they good for? – Part 1

The focus of this article is for you to learn some of the use cases for Azure Functions. Before we dive into those details, let’s do a quick review of what exactly are Azure Functions. Azure Functions are an Azure compute service that allows you to run code with no concern for any of the…

“Hello World and Then Some” with Azure Active Directory B2C Custom Policies – Part 4: Hello! (But Only If You Have an Access Code)

This post continues a series that provides a walkthrough illustrating how to work with Azure Active Directory B2C custom policies by building one from the ground up. As the series progresses, the topics will serve to show how the different parts of the AAD B2C policy syntax and the underlying framework can be brought together…
Containers

3 Easy Ways to Run Containers on Azure

There are many ways to run containers on Azure, and some of them are genuinely difficult. But there are a few options that make running containers on Azure rather simple: Azure Container Instances, Web Apps for Containers, and Azure Kubernetes Services. Here, we look at each of these options and talk about when you might…
Containers

Create a Simple DevOps Pipeline for Containers with Azure Container Registry

With software development, there’s almost always multiple ways to do things, and sometimes the best solution for a problem is not a technical one, rather a nontechnical one. With DevOps, this is certainly true, as there are increasingly multiple ways to do things to get code from a development environment into a code repo, built,…