Azure has it' story with PaaS services beeing protected by static keys or SaaS keys. As we build more complex and bigger solutions, more services are added, more keys, secrets and other authentication methods needs to be managed. This can be an overwhelming task. Is there perhaps an easier and better way? Yes let’s take a look at MSI (Microsoft Service Identity) and how this both makes it simpler to manage and also removes possibility of leaking keys. In the end creates an environment that has less vulnerabilities and a better overview.
Mattias Lögdberg is a Solutions Architect at DevUP Solutions and has specialized on systems integration in the cloud mostly on Microsoft Azure. In the daily work Mattias is responsible for driving customer projects, ensuring quality and providing insight and understanding to Solutions built on Azure. Mattias passion for the cloud platform has taken him to the speaking stand and the hard work both with the community and customers has resulted in the MVP award from Microsoft since 2017.
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