We update our course project to secure parameters during deployments using Azure key Vault .
- [Instructor] We're going to create … a secret for our template, … so let's head over to our key vault instance. … We can select from the homepage, or just search for it. … Now, I'm going to go into the instance. … As we had said, I wanted to create a secret. … Under settings, I'm going to select secrets. … Let's generate a new one. … Okay, I'm going to call it sample password, … and the value's going to be demo password. … Content type is just a strain, … so it's useful to understand … the type of secret that you're creating. … I'm going to set it to password. … Now, we have the option to set … activation and expiration dates, … but for this example we don't need those, … so I'm going to leave those out. … Let's hit create. … There you go, we have it. … Now that that's complete, let's head over to the S code. … We're using ARM templates to get the password … from our key vault and output its value as you can see. … Now, the primary item that we're going to focus on … is in the parameters file, …
AuthorGurinder Singh Mann
- Developing an infrastructure strategy
- Managing technical debt
- Managing Amazon Kubernetes Service (AKS)
- Deploying applications on AKS
- Scaling your Kubernetes clusters
- Implementing infrastructure as code
- Deploying Azure resources via Terraform
- Implementing security and compliance
Skill Level Intermediate
Azure for DevOps: Dependency Managementwith Gurinder Singh Mann47m 5s Intermediate
Who is this course for?1m 4s
1. Infrastructure and Configuration Management
2. Manage Kubernetes Service
3. Implementing Infrastructure as Code
4. Implement Security and Compliance
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