ASP.NET Core

Services

From the Ground Up - Keeping your secrets safe

When building a web service from the ground up, one of the first issues we hit is *how to keep our secrets safe*. If we are working in a team environment or releasing our code publicly, it is important to follow best practices to keep our application and data safe. One of the most common vulnerabilities is also one of the simplest - passwords and secrets should never be shared in the source code. Azure Key Vault solves this problem providing ways to control our secrets, keys, and certificates.

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Services

Create a Linux Docker Container with Azure Web App

Introduction to setting up a linux docker container in Azure.

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Services

A look at the ASP.NET Core Dockerfile

I wrote a previous article that explains how to [Add Docker Support to your ASP.NET service](./asp-net-core-docker/). This article is a continuation, to look at what happened when we enabled Docker support. We will take a look at how the Dockerfile is configured by Visual Studio.

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Services

Adding Docker support to your ASP.NET service

Whether starting with a new project or publishing an existing, integrating your ASP.NET Core project with Docker is a powerful way to manage and ship your programs. It's straight forward to achieve with Visual Studio, and this guide is to help add this support.

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