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Feb 1

Creating an Upsert with Azure Functions for a Table Storage Entity

Azure Functions are great when you need small pieces of code, or “functions” in the cloud. You also get a lot of Templates with sample code to speed up the development even more. For most scenarios, this is sufficient but for more advanced scenarios however, there is not always a lot of documentation. The “HttpPOST(CRUD)-C#” … Continue reading Creating an Upsert with Azure Functions for a Table Storage Entity

By tomasso

Jan 27

Access on-premise SQL Server data from Azure Logic Apps via On-Premises Data Gateway

These days we see a lot of companies looking into Azure, however most of these companies already have a lot of applications running on premises. This means they will probably have legacy systems which can’t be moved, but still do want to expose the data of these systems. Also you might not be allowed to … Continue reading Access on-premise SQL Server data from Azure Logic Apps via On-Premises Data Gateway

By eldert

Jan 24

Considerations on using Microsoft Flow or Logic Apps to sync documents

Integration will be different for us with new tools to build solutions. Microsoft Azure provides us with services like Logic Apps, Flow, Functions and Power Apps. Some are intended for power users, others for developers. Logic Apps and Functions fall under the umbrella of developer type services, which can be built in a browser or … Continue reading Considerations on using Microsoft Flow or Logic Apps to sync documents

By steef
Azure Logic Apps - Lessons Learnt

Jan 12

7 Lessons learnt from the first production Azure Logic Apps project

For starters, I need to start out saying I am very new to working with Windows Azure Logic Apps; so a lot of the issues we faced were just from lack of experience. That said, since it is a relatively new technology, most people are going to be new to it as well. In general, … Continue reading 7 Lessons learnt from the first production Azure Logic Apps project

By stephen_thomas
biztalk360 monitoring azure services

Jan 9

Using Azure Management API in an On-Premise Application

With the release of version 8.1, BizTalk360 has the capability of monitoring Logic Apps, API Apps and Azure Service Bus in the Microsoft Azure stack. During the development phase, we have faced quite some challenges to bring Azure settings into on-premise BizTalk360. In this article, we can see how BizTalk360 adopted the Azure Service Management API. … Continue reading Using Azure Management API in an On-Premise Application

By Senthil Kumar
azure functions and logic apps

Dec 20

Getting started with Azure Functions and using them within Logic Apps

In this blog post, we will discuss an Azure Service called Azure Functions and how we can use them within a Logic App. Azure Functions has gone GA (General Available) on 15th of November 2016 and provides a capability of running small pieces of code in Azure. You develop Functions in a browser i.e. in … Continue reading Getting started with Azure Functions and using them within Logic Apps

By steef

Dec 9

Azure Logic Apps Monthly Update – November 2016

The Azure Logic Apps team organized their monthly Google Hangout session on November 22, 2016, a week before their Thanksgiving holidays. The key updates from the monthly webcast are as follows – What’s New? Azure Service Bus has new actions and triggers for the GET operation. You can now get a batch of messages all at … Continue reading Azure Logic Apps Monthly Update – November 2016

By Sriram Hariharan

Nov 22

A Look at Azure Event Hubs Archive

In this guest blog post we are going to look at a recently released feature called Azure Event Hubs Archive. For those who may not be familiar with Event Hubs, Event Hubs is an Azure service that allows for large-scale ingestion of events. Customers typically send telemetry events to Event Hubs and then consume these … Continue reading A Look at Azure Event Hubs Archive

By kent

Oct 17

Azure Event Hubs and working with Proxy

One of the common patterns you’ll see in the cloud adoption is how you are going to move data (either from on-premise or devices) into the cloud. There will be cases when the product is forced to securely and reliably process very large amounts of information from many concurrent publishers. For these purposes, Azure offers … Continue reading Azure Event Hubs and working with Proxy

By saranya

Oct 12

Lessons learnt from BizTalk360 Cloud, a SaaS product in Azure

We are super excited to introduce our new product BizTalk360 Cloud, a SaaS version of BizTalk360. This is our first footprint in the cloud. As a technology driven company, we are moving towards cloud to get in step with the current trend and technology progress. Microsoft Azure is becoming one of the most powerful platforms … Continue reading Lessons learnt from BizTalk360 Cloud, a SaaS product in Azure

By rajeshkannan