In this article, I’ll show you how you can test your Logic Apps with your on-prem systems using a few cool tools and services.
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This guide will walk through how to create a Logic App that will allow for a custom subscription approval flow per product in Azure API Management.
In this post, Dev Consultant Ben Williams shares his unique solution involving a Wi-Fi enabled Smart LED Light Bulb to avoid interruptions while working from home.
When creating workflows with Azure Logic Apps, developers are often amazed at the amount of functionality at their fingertips. With a few simple clicks, you can create extremely capable automation, with integrations into multiple systems.
In this blog post, Sr. Consultant Larry Wall explains how to use BizTalk transform maps in Logic Apps.
In this post, you will see practical examples on how to version Logic Apps and Function Apps for breaking and non-breaking changes with common API versioning schemes and related techniques such as API gateway pattern.
Azure Logic Apps are pretty amazing. You can quickly create elaborate workflows, integrating with many of your favorite Microsoft applications and develop your own custom connectors for 3rd party systems and platforms.
If you’ve ever struggled with automating cloud/on-premises workflows or wondered what of your workflows could be automated, Azure Logic Apps now makes it possible for development and IT teams to automate these workflows with little to no code.
Recently, I was asked by a customer with a very large internal Azure user base to help them find a way to keep track of Azure AD (AAD) application registrations in their directory. This customer has been on Azure for years, and the number of AAD application registrations has steadily grown during that time. There are so many applications now that it is hard for them to know which ones are still being used, and which are not. Furthermore, it’s common for application teams to create a secret key for their application and then forget that the key will eventually expire. How does the operations team know whom to contact when the expiration date is approaching?