Schlagwort REST

Activate “Vulnerability assessment for machines” via REST

The Defender for Cloud offers are used to receive notifications and alerts about Azure Services. To do this, it can be activated per subscription and per Azure Service (e.g. with Set-AzSecurityPricing or in the portal). However, what is not supported… Weiterlesen →

Define Consumption Budget with PowerShell and REST

To set up a budget with warning in Azure, the Az.Billing PowerShell Module offers the cmdlets New-AzConsumptionBudget. Unfortunately, the PowerShell commands don’t seem to be implemented correctly in version 2.0.0 at the Az Module 8.3.0 or newer (currently 9.0.1): The… Weiterlesen →

REST Requets with automatic Token generation in Azure: az rest

APIs are available for most functionality and information in Azure. A token, which must be sent with the request, is usually required to retrieve the information. Generating a token dynamically or retrieving it via a service principal is often a… Weiterlesen →

Deploy WAR-File (Magnolia) to App Service with Tomcat

There are various options for deploying Java applications on an App Service. The application can be deployed as a ZIP file or directly as a WAR file. There are different ways for each variant, for example with Azure CLI, FTP,… Weiterlesen →

Access Azure Blob Storage with REST and SAS

If you want to upload or download files to an Azure Storage Account, there are several options. Especially easy is the AzCopy tool. It allows file transfer on command line.The second way is through the Storage REST API. Interesting are… Weiterlesen →

REST-API mit Azure AD B2C und API-Managemenet

Im letzten Jahr hatte ich 2 Artikel für die Zeitschrift Windows Developer geschrieben. Es ging dabei um die Absicherung eines REST-Services mittels Azure AD B2C und im zweiten Schritt um das Managen der API mit dem Azure API-Management. Nach der… Weiterlesen →

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