In this “This Month I’ve Read” series, I want to share 5 blogs / articles concerning Microsoft Enterprise Integration that really drew my attention throughout the last month. Here you can find my selection for this month. Clemens Vasters - Choosing the right Azure messaging service for your data In this extended blog, Clemens explains the usage … Continue reading This Month I’ve Read – September 2017
Adding custom connectors is a feature that we've requested for a long time! When I heard the announcement that the feature was released, I couldn't wait to try it out. You can find my first findings in this blog post! In order to test the functionality, I've tried to connect to the Teamleader API. Teamleader … Continue reading Custom connectors in Logic Apps!
This post contains a recap of the (almost) monthly Logic Apps Live webcast. In case you missed it or you don’t want to watch the complete session, you can find here the most important highlights! Watch the complete recording over here. What’s new? Azure Security Center has now playbooks, which are actually Logic Apps being triggered from … Continue reading Logic Apps Live Recap – September 27, 2017
This post is part of an Azure Function Proxies blog series: Part 1: Represent heterogenous service operations into a single API Part 2: Easily enable hybrid integration Part 3: Secure your API Part 4: A very light-weight API management Connecting cloud services to on premises API's can be quite challenging. Depending on your setup, there … Continue reading Azure Function Proxies – Part 2: Easily enable hybrid integration
This post is part of an Azure Function Proxies blog series: Part 1: Represent heterogenous service operations into a single API Part 2: Easily enable hybrid integration Part 3: Secure your API Part 4: A very light-weight API management When using the Microsoft Azure offering, an important aspect is to use the right service for … Continue reading Azure Function Proxies – Part 1: Represent heterogenous service operations into a single API
Azure's serverless iPaaS offering has two key components: Azure Functions and Logic Apps. If you consult the documentation, you'll find out that there is quite some overlap between the two. For many people, it's not clear what technology to use in what scenario. In this blog post, I discuss the main differences between these two … Continue reading Azure Functions vs Azure Logic Apps
Azure Event Grid brings together Event Publishers and Event Handlers in a loosely coupled manner, by providing a serverless and event-based routing service. This blog describes some of the main characteristics an event handler should have in order to fit into this communication model. Requirements Availability Data is pushed towards the event handlers, so they … Continue reading Responsibilities for Azure Event Grid event handlers
Recently, I read a question about a Logic App that received an HTTP request. The purpose of the Logic App was to add some extra HTTP headers to the request, while retaining the orignal ones, before forwarding the message to another HTTP endpoint. This short blog demonstrates how you can enrich HTTP headers, without losing … Continue reading Enrich HTTP Headers in Logic Apps