BizTalk Server offers a great feature that both inbound (receive ports) and outbound maps (send ports) can be executed in dynamic fashion, depending on the message type of the message. This message type is defined as rootNodeNamespace#rootNodeName. Below, you can find an example of a receive port configured with several inbound maps. When migrating parts … Continue reading Inbound / outbound maps in Logic Apps!
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. James Sturtevant - Running Azure Functions runtime in Kubernetes Since the Azure Funtions runtime is ported to .NET Core, you … Continue reading This Month I’ve Read – December 2017
Since begin November, a new pricing model has been introduced for Azure Logic Apps. You can find the details over here. This blog contains my personal opinion on the updated pricing model, based on the feedback I receive from (potential) customers I get in touch with, during my day-to-day job. The pricing model! Within Logic … Continue reading My two cents on the Logic Apps pricing model!
Recently, I've updated my speaker profile and available sessions on Sessionize. Don't hesitate to get in touch if you want me to speak on your event. Below, you can find an overview of my current sessions. Serverless CQRS in Azure! The CQRS pattern enables you to build highly scalable, distributed and event-driven applications. Microsoft Azure … Continue reading My current speaker sessions!
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? SOAP Connector: the most requested connector on UserVoice is finally there! Fantastic! The … Continue reading Logic Apps Live Recap – November 29, 2017
As explained in a previous post, Logic Apps has already some basic actions to transform objects and arrays. However, from the moment transformation between JSON objects becomes more complex, it turns out to be insufficient. That's why the brand new Liquid template feature has been released recently. Let's check out how it works! Liquid? Liquid … Continue reading Use Liquid templates in Logic Apps
Recently I received some questions about deploying long running Logic Apps. Before providing an answer, I double-checked if my thoughts were correct. Deployment statements My answer contained the following statements: A new version of a Logic App can be deployed, when there are old versions running. A Logic App completes in the (potentially old) version … Continue reading Deploying long running Logic Apps
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!
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