Enable Dynamic Configuration Feature Flags
Estimated time: 60 minutes.
Lab files: none.
Azure App Configuration provides a service to manage application settings and feature flags centrally. Modern programs, especially those running in a cloud, generally have many distributed components. Spreading configuration settings across these components can lead to hard-to-troubleshoot errors during application deployment. Use App Configuration to store all the settings for your application and secure their accesses in one place.
After completing this lab, you'll be able to:
- Enable dynamic configuration.
- Manage feature flags.
- This lab requires Microsoft Edge or an Azure DevOps-supported browser.
- Set up an Azure DevOps organization: If you don't already have an Azure DevOps organization that you can use for this lab, create one by following the instructions available at Create an organization or project collection.
- Identify an existing Azure subscription or create a new one.
- Verify that you have a Microsoft or Azure AD account with the Contributor or the Owner role in the Azure subscription. For details, refer to List Azure role assignments using the Azure portal and View and assign administrator roles in Azure Active Directory.
During this lab, you'll complete the following exercises:
- Exercise 0: Configure the lab prerequisites.
- Exercise 1: Import and run CI/CD Pipelines.
- Exercise 2: Manage Azure App Configuration.
- Exercise 3: Remove the Azure lab resources.
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