Managed Identities vs Service Principals - when to use what ?
Managed Identities eliminate the need for users to manage credentials by providing an identity for the Azure resource in Azure AD and using it to obtain Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tokens. In scenarios when Managed Identies are not supported, you must use service principals. When to use what?
How to get the System Assigned Managed Identity Object Id from within the VM?
To get the Object Id of the VM’s System Assigned Managed Identity, you need to call the Azure Instance Metadata Service (IMDS) endpoint and use the provided attributes to get the required information. It is more challenging when you want to achieve the same thing with Terraform.
Deep dive into Azure Container Apps - Operating, security, reliability and pricing
Azure Container Apps is a serverless offering you can use to host your containers. It is a good fit for containerized apps and hosting microservices. Integrated services like KEDA, Envoy proxy, and Dapr provide you with out-of-the-box auto-scaling, ingress, traffic splitting, and simplified microservice connectivity. Container Ap...