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Implementing DevOps with Microsoft Azure by Mitesh Soni

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Configuring role-based access for secure access of Azure Web Apps

Microsoft Azure Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) provides role-based authorization to access specific Azure resources or resource group. With Azure RBAC, we can provide access to resources based on need. For example, server-side developers get access to resources that are used to host the web application; the testing team will have access to only testing-related resources available in the Azure portal; the database team will have access to the SQL database.

There are three basic roles:

  • Owner: This has full access to all resources
  • Contributor: This is to create and manage all resources, but it has no privilege to grant access to others
  • Reader: This is to view available resources ...

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