Secretless in Serverless

 
English Introductory and overview Web

In this workshop we will learn about how to manage secrets built on .NET 6 function app.

Speaker

Divakar Kumar

Senior Software Engineer at H&M | MCT | .Net | Azure

Divakar Kumar is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and specialized in designing, developing and architecting robust scalable solutions on Azure and the .NET stack. He works at H&M as a Senior Software Engineer on a mission to digitize retail industry. His focus is practical implementation of custom solutions, which enable digital transformation. He’s an active speaker at events ,meetups and contributing to the community through his blogs at https://iamdivakarkumar.com. He is also working on a personal project to explore Azure services with real time implementations based on different use cases at https://azpark.iamdivakarkumar.com. 🏆 Certifications: ✔️ Microsoft Certified Trainer ✔️ Microsoft Certified: DevOps Engineer Expert ✔️ Microsoft Certified: Azure Developer Associate ✔️ Microsoft Certified: Azure IoT Developer Specialty ✔️ Microsoft Certified: Azure Fundamentals ✔️ Aviatrix Certified Engineer - Multi-Cloud Network Associate

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