Category Archives: Azure Function

Import an API and all its operations using its documentation in Azure API Management

Most of the time you would need to import an entire API collection with all of its supported operations to mask all of them or set policies on them. This can be easily done using Azure API management service. To start, log in to your Azure Portal, head over to the API management resource, and … Continue reading Import an API and all its operations using its documentation in Azure API Management

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Create and deploy your first Azure Function using Visual Studio

In my previous blog, we created and deployed an Azure function using the Azure Portal itself. Now In this part of the blog, we will see how we can create and deploy Azure Function using Visual Studio. To proceed you would need ASP.NET and Azure Development extensions installed on top of your Visual Studio. If … Continue reading Create and deploy your first Azure Function using Visual Studio

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Create your first Azure Function using the Azure Portal

Learning serverless Azure Functions and deploying them, might sound like a daunting task. Azure functions are one of the most essential features of Microsoft Azure. In this article, we will see how we can create and deploy our first function using Azure Portal itself. In the next blog, I will also demonstrate how we can … Continue reading Create your first Azure Function using the Azure Portal

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Secure your Environment Variable inside Azure Function using Key Vault

In the previous blog, we learn about how to use the Environment variable in Azure Function. Environment variables are most important and confidential as they might contain the system credentials or configure that you don’t want any to access directly. The most unsecure way to store them is directly inside the Configuration of Azure function … Continue reading Secure your Environment Variable inside Azure Function using Key Vault

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How to call logic app in Azure function app

In this blog, we will see how we can trigger the logic app using the azure function app. Let’s start with creating a logic app (HTTP triggered) that sends an email when the logic app URL is hit in the function app. Step 1: Create a logic app resource and start by adding an HTTP … Continue reading How to call logic app in Azure function app

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Use of Environment Variable inside Azure Function in C#.

In this blog, we will learn how to configure and use Environment Variable in Azure Function. Concept of using Environment variable during your development which needs to deploy on multiple servers and connect to multiple systems. Whenever you use Environment variables to store the global constant or system credentials it reduces the time which was … Continue reading Use of Environment Variable inside Azure Function in C#.

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Let’s get started with Azure Function for Dynamics 365 CRM: Part 2 [Cloud Deployment]

In the previous blog, we have learned how to create an azure function to connect with Dynamics 365 CRM and create an account record whenever an azure function is triggered by the HTTP request. [Link]. In this blog, we will learn how to deploy the Azure Function App to Azure Cloud so that we can … Continue reading Let’s get started with Azure Function for Dynamics 365 CRM: Part 2 [Cloud Deployment]

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Integrated Security Used in Azure Function

Azure Functions Azure Functions is a serverless compute service that enables you to run code on-demand without having to explicitly provision or manage infrastructure. · Integrated security — Protect HTTP-triggered functions with OAuth providers such as Azure Active Directory, Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Microsoft Account. Azure function has function access key mechanism which provide security … Continue reading Integrated Security Used in Azure Function

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Let’s get started with Azure Function for Dynamics 365 CRM: Part 1

In this blog, we will learn how to create an Azure Function App to connect it with Dynamics 365 CRM and perform the CRUD operation in Dynamics 365 CRM. First, we will create an Azure Function project for Dynamics 365 CRM from Visual Studio, and below are the steps for the same. Open Visual Studio … Continue reading Let’s get started with Azure Function for Dynamics 365 CRM: Part 1

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