Web services, as we’ve learned throughout this series, are integral to the workings of Windows Azure Pack. Every UI exposed to the user connects to the backend via web service, every resource provider is managed by Windows Azure Pack through their own web services, and 3rd party functionality can be tied in through web services. It’s an SOA world. Last time we looked at the Tenant Public API and how it uses client certificates for authentication. Client certificates are paradoxically complex beasts while also being the easiest authentication method for 3rd parties to use. This is because you don’t really need to…
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