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Getting started on using network watcher in C#
Use network watcher to check connectivity between virtual machines in peered networks
Use network watcher to check connectivity between virtual machines in peered networks using Java
Learn how to use Azure Container Instances to scale up containers on-demand in response to incoming work.
A sample showcasing how to develop a web application that handles sign on via the unified Azure AD and MSA endpoint, so that users can sign in using both their work/school account or Microsoft account. The sample also shows how to use MSAL to obtain a token for invoking the Microsoft Graph.
A .NET 4.5 MVC Web API protected by Azure AD that receives tokens from a client and uses ADAL to get tokens for calling the MIcrosoft Graph
A Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app that uses the Windows 10 WebAccountManager API to obtain an access token for and call the Azure AD Graph API.
This is a simple Xamarin Forms app showcasing how to use MSAL to authenticate users via Azure Active Directory B2C, and access a Web API with the resulting tokens.
This sample demonstrates how you can use a third party library to build a Python-Flask application that signs in users and gets an Access Token for the Microsoft Graph.
A console application that demonstrates how to make Differential Query calls to the Graph API, allowing applications to request only changed data from Azure AD tenants.
Samples of authenticating to an Azure Key Vault vault
Getting started with Azure Search using the REST API
This is a sample application which acts as a Car Review web site and showcases the Azure Serverless services.
Various examples to perform big data analytics over Microsoft Academic Graph and visualize the results.
The repository contains code and deployment templates for an Azure Function that processes and Azure Monitor Alert and triggers a packet capture using Network Watcher on the VM that triggered the Alert.