API Management

Microsoft Azure API Management is a turnkey solution for publishing APIs to external and internal consumers. Quickly create consistent and modern API gateways for existing backend services hosted anywhere, secure and protect them from abuse and overuse, and gain insights into usage and health. Plus, automate and scale developer onboarding to help get your API program up and running in no time.

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  1. Increase password strength for basic user accounts

    Basic user accounts can be created via;
    1. Admin portal (minimum password length=6)
    2. Self registration page (minimum password length=8).
    No other rule applies i.e. very poor password strength.

    When possible, we definitely use AAD.
    For cases where we can not use AAD the Azure PaaS Developer Support Team has recommended us to use Facebook, Google, Microsoft or Twitter accounts...

    Please, provide UI page where Admin can design password policy by choosing;
    - Minimum password length. [Default=8?].
    - English upper case letters (e.g., A, B, C, ...Z). [Checkbox True|False].
    - English lower case letters (e.g., a, b, c, ...z). [Checkbox…

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  2. Authentication with HMAC

    Currently, my project is using Hmac-SHA256 to do the authorization. We are struggle with how to generate, transmit and store the secret key between client side and ours. is there any secure way to do this?

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  3. Groups within Groups

    There seems to be no way to add groups to groups. This makes granular control of access difficult

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  4. Issue and retrieve secrets for signing and validating JWT tokens

    The Mashape Kong product issues secrets for signing JWT keys. Could this be added so API Management could then validate the token without another roundtrip request to a JWT validation service?

    Even if we could store these in cache (by exposing cache via REST) or by adding it as a property that could be reference by the policy would be a good first step. The problem with the latter approach is that I think the {{propertyName}} has to be a string literal and cannot be composed from a variable like {{context.Subscription.Id+"naming-convention"}|}.

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