PowerShell, Programming and DevOps
One of the many great features of Azure API Management is the fact that it has a built in Git repository for storing the current configuration as well as publishing new configurations.
This allows you to push updated Azure API Management configurations to this internal Git repository as a new branch and then Deploy the configuration to API Management.
The internal Git repository in Azure API Management is not intended to be used for a normal development workflow. You’ll still want to develop and store your Azure API management configuration in an external Git repository such as GitHub or TFS/VSTS and then copy configuration updates to the internal Git repository in Azure API Management using some sort of automated process (e.g. Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery could be adopted for this).
The Internal Git Repository
To access the Internal Git Repository requires short lived (30 days maximum) Git credentials to…
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