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Tutorial
Cloud Vendor Microsoft Azure
Proficiency Level Cloud Enthusiast
Tags APIAuthenticationcURLOAuthREST

Summary

This article describes how to use cURL to obtain an OAuth Authentication Token that can be used to access Azure REST APIs. The obtained OAuth Authentication Token can be used to manually construct HTTP requests to the Azure REST APIs or use it from other tools like Postman to explore the APIs’ functionality. Understanding the low-level details of the OAuth flow for Azure allows developers to properly implement and secure their use of the Azure REST APIs.

Prerequisites

To authenticate with Azure REST API using the instructions below, you will need the following information:

  • Microsoft Azure Tenant ID
  • Microsoft Azure Service Principal ID
  • Microsoft Azure Service Principal Secret

Solution

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Last Update: April 30, 2019  

January 24, 2019   363   Toddy Mladenov    Cloud Development    
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