Using Key Vault secrets in AppSettings
In the last article we talked about securing Azure Functions and we saw how to insert a message into an Event Hub. To insert the message, we needed the connection string to be in an application setting. This is not the most secure way to store a connection string. We talked that it would be a much better option to store it in Key Vault. Until a couple of days ago, to do that we needed to use a library to get the secret from Key Vault and then use an imperative binding to be able to insert the message into the Event Hub.