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Wednesday, October 2 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Zero Credential Development with Managed Identities for Azure Resources

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Keys are always needed to access services in Azure and beyond. Storing and managing keys presents many problems, for example rotating and disabling them. Keys often also allow blanket access to the service with no way to limit it. Sometimes there is only one key that needs to be shared by services, so you won't have any way to disable access from one individually. In this talk we will go through Managed Identities for Azure Resources, how they work, and how you can use them to use Azure services in a secure way without having to manage any keys yourself. We will go through a demo application which uses various Azure services through a managed identity, removing the need to use keys entirely. The source code will be available to the audience so they have samples that they can use to implement managed identities in their own applications.

Speakers
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Joonas Westlin

I've been working with Microsoft technologies as a hobby since the first version of .NET framework. Currently I work as a software developer at Zure, a company specializing in developing software on Microsoft Azure. I am one of the 4 Azure MVPs in Finland.


Wednesday October 2, 2019 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Room 2