Perform long-running Logic Apps tasks with Durable Functions

Logic Apps has a default limit of 120 seconds on synchronous actions.  This is already quite long; it does not make sense to perform actions in a synchronous fashion if they take longer.  For such long running tasks, Logic Apps provides two options: Polling action pattern: initiate the long running action and interrogate its status … Continue reading Perform long-running Logic Apps tasks with Durable Functions

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Azure Function Proxies – Part 4: A very lightweight API Management

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 After my first blog in this series about Azure Function Proxies, I received several questions related … Continue reading Azure Function Proxies – Part 4: A very lightweight API Management

Azure Function Proxies – Part 3: Secure your API!

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 By creating a uniform API on top of several heterogenous service operations, we also simplify the … Continue reading Azure Function Proxies – Part 3: Secure your API!

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 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

Azure Function Proxies – Part 1: Represent heterogenous service operations into a single API

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