Azure App Configuration

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Overview

Overview

Azure App Configuration provides a service to centrally manage application settings and feature flags. Modern programs, especially programs running in a cloud, generally have many components that are distributed in nature. Spreading configuration settings across these components can lead to hard-to-troubleshoot errors during an application deployment. Use App Configuration to store all the settings for your application and secure their accesses in one place.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 4/19/2019, Video, 0:14:42
    Azure App Configuration is a service that enables you to centralize your application configuration. Built on the simple concept of key-value pairs, this service provides...
  2. 9/24/2019, Video, 0:30:21
    Configuration is an essential aspect of software development. Yet, it has always come with its fair share of concerns for developers such as how to manage it, how to...

Learning

Learning Paths

AZ-204: Implement secure cloud solutions
Published: 10/22/2021, Length: 1:03:00
AZ-204: Implement secure cloud solutions

Learning Modules

Configure application security features
Published: 9/30/2021, Length: 0:30:00
Implement Azure App Configuration
Published: 10/20/2021, Length: 0:21:00
Design an application architecture
Published: 11/15/2021, Length: 0:33:00

Azure App Configuration News

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