Oct 28

Integrate 2017 USA Day 3 Recap

Day 3, the final day of Integrate 2017 USA, at Microsoft Campus building 92. The event so far well received and made people happy seeing the innovations, investments, and passion Microsoft is bringing to its customers and pro-integration professionals. Check out the recap of the events on Day 1 and Day 2 at Integrate 2017 USA. … Continue reading Integrate 2017 USA Day 3 Recap

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Route Azure Storage Events to multiple subscribers with Event Grid

Sep 26

Route Azure Storage Events to multiple subscribers with Event Grid

A couple of weeks ago Azure Event Grid service became available in public preview. This service enables centralized management of events in a uniform way. Moreover, it scales with you when the number of events increases. This is made possible by the foundation the Event Grid relies on Service Fabric. Not only does it auto … Continue reading Route Azure Storage Events to multiple subscribers with Event Grid

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Supporting a logistics process using Logic App and other Azure Services

Aug 22

Supporting a logistics process using Logic App and other Azure Services

Microsoft’s iPaaS capability in Azure Logic Apps is little over a year old. And this service has matured immensely over the course of a year. If you look at what Gartner believes an iPaaS should have as essential features, Logic App has each of them. Multi-tenant, micro-billing (pay as you go), no development (connectors, see … Continue reading Supporting a logistics process using Logic App and other Azure Services

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User sentiment analysis in azure logic apps

Jul 7

Building sentiment analysis solution with Logic Apps

Integrate 2017, a well-organized Microsoft Integration focused event, took place from 26 to 28 of June at Kings Place in London. It attracted 380 plus attendees from 50 different countries and had 28 speakers from around the globe including the Microsoft Product Group. I did a session around Logic Apps from the consumer, end user, and business … Continue reading Building sentiment analysis solution with Logic Apps

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api management rest api

Apr 4

Working with the API Management REST API using .NET

API Management is one of the Azure Products categorized in the Enterprise Integration, which can easily be provisioned (set up) through the Azure Portal. You can choose based on your requirements a pricing tier (developer, standard and premium, for the different tiers see API Management Pricing and summary in the diagram below). The pricing is based on … Continue reading Working with the API Management REST API using .NET

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Push documents to Window Azure Blob Storage using BizTalk Server

Mar 16

Push documents to Window Azure Blob Storage using BizTalk Server

BizTalk Server 2013 and later versions support connectivity with Windows Azure through its adapters WCF-BasicHttpRelay, WCF-NetTcpRelay, WCF-WebHttp and SB-Messaging. The relay adapters enable connectivity with the relay service in the Windows Azure Service Bus. SB-Messaging adapters provides the means to connect to queues and subscriptions (topic). Finally, the WCF-WebHttp supports connectivity to REST endpoints. Windows … Continue reading Push documents to Window Azure Blob Storage using BizTalk Server

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api management in open weather map

Mar 15

Securing Logic App direct access endpoint HTTP Request using API Management

Logic Apps are the new kid on the block. A service that can be viewed as IFTT (IF This Then That) delivering a simple way of building a workflow. The value Logic Apps offer is automating a chain of services such as Azure Services and/or SaaS uses a wide variety of connectors. Compared to its … Continue reading Securing Logic App direct access endpoint HTTP Request using API Management

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logic apps api

Feb 23

Building a composite service using Logic Apps

Microsoft has made the Logic Apps General Available (GA) a few months ago (end of July 2016) and this Azure service has evolved ever since. Each month the product group responsible for the service, Jeff Hollan and Kevin Lam together with Jon Fancey, present updates through a YouTube channel. The latest update (26 January 2017) … Continue reading Building a composite service using Logic Apps

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Feb 14

Using API Management to protect on premise exposed endpoints from BizTalk

BizTalk Server is able to communicate with the outside world, leveraging the Azure Service Bus Relay, Queues and/or Topics/Subscriptions. The latter is indirect one-way messaging (brokered) through listening to a specific subscription, in a topic or service bus queue. Through the relay, you can have direct two-way messaging. This capability can help in scenarios where … Continue reading Using API Management to protect on premise exposed endpoints from BizTalk

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serverless integration

Feb 9

Serverless Integration with Logic Apps, Functions and Cognitive Service API

Integration today is different than it was before with Logic Apps, Functions, API Management and the Service Bus. Integration service Logic App can be used to build a serverless integration solution. No more do you need to set up a server or procure one. An Azure Subscription and presto, you have access to every service … Continue reading Serverless Integration with Logic Apps, Functions and Cognitive Service API

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