.NET Essentials: Logging in .NET (Part 2)

Betatalks #96

Steven and Gerben talk about logging in .NET part 2. In this second part, they discuss logging and redacting sensitive data in .NET Core applications. They demonstrate how to use Microsoft’s built-in logging features to redact private data using redaction sets and encryption keys. They also show how to create custom data classifiers and custom redactors to redact data as needed. Additionally, they cover enriching log messages with metadata using enrichers. They demonstrate implementing static and dynamic enrichers. Finally, they discuss best practices like avoiding heavy processing in enrichers, securely storing encryption keys, and enabling redaction rules during logging setup.

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