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If project and team is small and server must be in-house, you can consider Azure DevOps Express. Free for 5 member teams and runs on single machine. However, hosted Azure DevOps would be my choice. When you consider hardware, configuration, maintenance, updates , backups , TCO is cheap.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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Ok so I've registered my net core API and a client app with Azure AD, I now have lot's of keys and ids that I need to access my API from the client. All is working as expected. I can't help thinking I've created another problem. I need to put these keys somewhere accessible but secure. Any recommendations?
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I was going to post that. I've used Key Vault years ago, and even without a wrapper to simplify things, I found it to be very straightforward to use (once you got past initial authentication, which you've obviously already figured out).
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