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.

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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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Posted by Callon Campbell

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