Shhhhh: Secrets Should Stay Secret

 
Spanish (Spain) Intermediate Security

A common challenge when building cloud applications is how to manage the credentials in your code for authenticating to cloud services. In this session we'll explore how to keep your credentials safe and how you can work without saving those credentials in the developers machines and therefore avoid an accidental upload to source control. Discover Managed Identities, a feature that let's you authenticate to any service that supports Azure AD authentication, including Azure Key Vault, without any credentials in your .NET, Java or Golang code or configuration!!!

Speaker

Carlos Mendible

Azure Evangelist @everis | @Microsoft Azure & Developer Technologies MVP

Azure Evangelist and Microsoft MVP with 20+ years of successful experience designing and implementing multi-tier applications and cloud applications in many sectors including but not limited to Telecommunications, Broadcasting, Tourism, Sports, Utilities, Technology and Consulting.

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