The routing slip pattern

This post was originally published here. In this blog post, I'll explain in depth the routing slip pattern and how you can leverage it within enterprise integration scenarios. As always I'll have a look at the benefits, but also the pitfalls will get some well-deserved attention. The pattern Introduction A routing slip is a configuration … Continue reading The routing slip pattern

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Run BizTalk extension objects in Logic Apps

This post was originally published here. Lately, I was working at a customer that heavily invested in BizTalk Server on premises during the last decade. They are considering to migrate parts of their existing integrations towards Logic Apps, to leverage the smooth integration with modern SaaS applications. A very important aspect is the ability to … Continue reading Run BizTalk extension objects in Logic Apps

10 Tips for enterprise integration with Logic Apps

This post was originally published here. This post contains 10 useful tips for designing enterprise integration solutions on top of Logic Apps. It's important to think upfront about reusability, reliability, security, error handling and maintenance. Democratization of integration Before we dive into the details, I want to provide some reasoning behind this post. With the … Continue reading 10 Tips for enterprise integration with Logic Apps

Working with collections in Logic Apps

This post was originally published here. Quite often I get questions on how to modify JSON collections or arrays within Logic Apps. Before reaching out to Azure Functions, as an extensibility option, I prefer to use the out-of-the-box available Logic Apps functionality. This blog post contains some tips and tricks about dealing with collections. Remove … Continue reading Working with collections in Logic Apps