Author Archives: mmorar

Using Logic App Webhooks to execute long running SQL queries

On one of my projects, I had a requirement to send several large datasets as csv files to an FTP server using a Logic App. I had thought about 2 options to implement this requirement. The first option was to … Continue reading

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Using Azure APIM Policies to Route on HTTP Verbs & Resources

The policies available in APIM are indeed very powerful. It provides the ability to modify the backend flow of a request using rules based on the payload contents or the request context properties. I have yet to find a scenario … Continue reading

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Scatter-Gather pattern using an Azure Event Grid

This is another version of the scatter-gather integration pattern which I previously blogged about some time ago.  The pervious version was based on using  service bus topics and Logic Apps which polled for new messages. Whilst this was adequate for … Continue reading

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Message Re-sequencing using Azure Functions and Table storage

Message re-sequencing  is another integration pattern used to rearrange messages received out-of-order and back into the original sequence again. Well you may ask yourself why is this pattern is so important in todays world of messaging systems. As the integration … Continue reading

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Content based message routing using Azure Logic Apps, Function and Service Bus

Content Based Routing (CBR) is another pattern used in the integration world. The contents of the message determines the endpoint of the message. This article will describe one option to develop this pattern using an Azure Service Bus, an Azure … Continue reading

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Itinerary based message routing using Azure Logic Apps and Service Bus Actions

This is another integration pattern used quite extensively in the integration world. It is used when a message is required to be routed to several endpoints in a particular order using some form of routing list. Depending on your business … Continue reading

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Integration Scatter-Gather pattern using Azure Logic Apps and Service Bus

Recently I have taken a role as the Integration Architect and tech lead for a project to integrate messaging between MS Dynamics 365  AX/CRM and 3rd party systems. This was a huge solution that took over 10 months to design … Continue reading

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