Tag: azure key vault rest api

Some fun with Azure Key Vault REST API and HttpClient – Part 3

After two articles doing some fun with Azure Key Vault REST API and HttpClient, I’ve got some requests to add more things to work with vault, for example listing all existing vaults under a given subscription, or deleting a vault.

In this article, let’s explore all the operations which you can work through Azure Key Vault REST API for Vault.

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Some fun with Azure Key Vault REST API and HttpClient – Part 2

In previous article, I demonstrated how to use HttpClient to work with Azure Key Vault REST API. With this approach, you shouldn’t worry about your programming language skills. What I meant was that you could even use Python, for instance, to make a HttpClient object and call Azure Key Vault REST API. This approach gives developers more flexibility to work with Microsoft Azure as it does not limit to the platform supportability.

You were learnt by getting started with creating a new key vault which is used to protect your key, secret or certificate. In this article, let’s take some time looking into secret in Azure Key Vault.

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Some fun with Azure Key Vault REST API and HttpClient – Part 1

Azure Key Vault is not new to Azure developers and architects. It is a cloud-based service to safeguard your sensitive information and crypto implementation and management . Working with Azure Key Vault can be done via Azure Portal, PowerShell or corresponding client libraries. While people may prefer using a specific library (.e.g Azure Key Vault .NET client), I’d prefer practicing with REST API and HttpClient.

Inspired by unclear instruction on using Azure Key Vault REST API, this article is the result of my practice on the REST API and also found some notes around it.

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