Finally! Concurrency control for push triggers has been released! This is an EXTREMELY useful feature in serverless workflows. The scalability of your serverless middleware is often in high contrast with backend systems that cannot handle many parallel calls. With this feature, we don't need to perform additional plumbing with an intermediate queue to throttle towards … Continue reading Concurrency control for push-triggered Logic Apps
What to do if a message is invalid? The default answer is mostly to make corrections at the source system and resend the messages. But… What if the source system cannot resend those messages in the right format? What if the source is a very important customer of yours and we're dealing with just-in-time orders? … Continue reading Edit & Resubmit in Logic Apps
Recently, I discovered a new tab for Logic Apps resources in the Azure portal, named Workflow Settings. Workflow settings is a very generic name, but it's good to know that it includes additional access control configuration, through inbound IP restrictions. There are two types of restrictions possible: on the runtime and on the run history. … Continue reading IP Restrictions in Logic Apps
During the past weeks, I received quite some questions about the behaviour of variables inside a non-sequential for-each loop. It does not always behave as one might expect. This post describes a potential issue you might encounter, explains the reason why and provides a solution to get it solved. The problem Let's consider the following … Continue reading Variables in parallel for-each loops
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: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4ajfDeWztk What’s new? Remove parallel branches: easily remove parallel branches in the designer. SOAP … Continue reading Logic Apps Live Recap – February 14, 2018
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