1. Provide an Azure-native web certificate code snippet.


    The following code will create an Azure Web Certificate using the azure-native provider in Pulumi. The Azure Web Certificate is a managed certificate, specifically for App Service.

    In this code, pfxBlob and password are secrets that should be provided as actual values. resourceGroupName refers to the Resource Group under which you want the certificate to be created. The name parameter is needed to give a unique name for the certificate within the Azure environment.

    import * as pulumi from "@pulumi/pulumi"; import * as azure_native from "@pulumi/azure-native"; // Replace these variables with actual values const pfxBlobSecret = new pulumi.Config("azure-native:web:Certificate").requireSecret("pfxBlob") const passwordSecret = new pulumi.Config("azure-native:web:Certificate").requireSecret("password") const webCertificate = new azure_native.web.Certificate("webCertificate", { location: "Central US", // Choose the location according to your preference name: "webCertificate1", // The unique name of the certificate password: passwordSecret, pfxBlob: pfxBlobSecret, resourceGroupName: "rg", // Provide the Resource Group Name tags: { tag1: "value1", // Add the tags that you want to apply }, });

    Make sure you replace the placeholders for the pfxBlobSecret and passwordSecret with actual secret values from your environment. The location and resourceGroupName should be according to your setup on Azure.

    The highlighted line of new azure_native.web.Certificate is where the new Azure Web Application Managed Certificate is being created.

    Please note that the pfxBlob parameter is a base64-encoded Public-Key Cryptography Standards (PKCS): PKCS#12-formatted certificate blob.

    Visit the following link for more detailed information: Azure Native: Web Certificate