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Regenerating Certificates using Azure Key Vault

Things move quickly in the world of IT. Microsoft Ignite was already a month ago! At the annual company event, a whole heap of announcements focused around Microsoft Azure. If you are interested, you can find some detail on the Azure networking announcements at this blog post.

I wanted to highlight one particular announcement, relating to support for Azure Key Vault certificates.

Unfortunately, due to issues accessing the appropriate portal with my certificate provider - I am unable to run through the process of setting up automatic key regeneration between Azure Key Vault and my Certificate Authority (I promise, I will put this together and blog about it at a later point!). In the meantime, take a look at this excellent article which details the process to set up an association.

A quick tip if you hadn't spotted it already, Azure Key Vault is available to preview in the new portal.

PS - On the topic of technology moving forward quickly, have you seen the recently announced Microsoft Surface Studio? I can't wait to get my hands on one!)

Christian Reddington

Christian Reddington

Christian is enthusiastic about using technology to empower people and organisations. His current areas of interest include the Internet of Things, Data Science and DevOps.

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