Azure Key Vault

Azure – You can now automatically generate new key version (auto-rotation) in Key Vault (preview)

As you should already know you can use Azure Key Vault to store secret (either keys, secret or certificates) in a secure way for use by end users and/or automation. Well, until then when you had a key going to expired you had to manually renew/update it. Not anymore, you can now configure auto-rotation to …

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Azure – You can now use RBAC to manage access to Key Vault (preview)

As you know, Key Vault lets you save secrets, certificates or keys in a secure way to then allows you to use it either with automation or simply as a ‘user vault’. You also know that access to the Key Vault is managed by assigning access policies, defining who can access and do what. Well, …

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Azure – Soft-delete will be enabled by default for Azure Key Vault

You may already know Azure Key Vault, the cloud solution provided by Azure to store securely secrets (like certificates, passwords…) You may already know there is a functionality available called soft-deleted allowing to recover deleted secret up to 90 days after the deletion. This option is available from the Properties blade of the Key Vault …

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Azure – New Azure Key Vault policies to help you manage your certificates

As you know, with Azure Key Vault you can save various credentials details, including certificates used by your application or your Azure infrastructure services. With the increase of certificates use, you may have more and more certificates saved into your Key Vault, making it more complicated to manage. Well, good new, new policies have been …

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Azure – You can now use a Key Vault extension with your Azure Virtual Machines

This is something which is going to simplify your life: the Key Vault extension for Azure Virtual Machine. Using this extension you will have simpler access to Azure Key Vault for your applications running on Azure Virtual Machines. The Key Vault extension supports the following operating systems: Windows Windows Server 2019 Windows Server 2016 Windows …

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