Enabling Azure AD Authentication on HTTP Triggers

By default, when an HTTP trigger is created, it will generate a URL and includes a SAS token as part of the sig query parameter. This value is required to call this HTTP trigger. For some customers, this is a concern as it allows the endpoint to be called from outside the network as that URL can be called anywhere over the internet. Should a … Continue reading Enabling Azure AD Authentication on HTTP Triggers

Azure Logic Apps – Standard Resources

Over the last little while, I have been learning about Azure Logic Apps (Standard), otherwise known as Single Tenant Logic Apps. Here is a list of resources that I have put together: Azure Logic Apps Standard – First Look Integrating Microsoft Excel and ServiceNow using Azure Logic Apps Using Managed Identities to connect Azure Logic Apps with Azure Blob Storage When to use Azure Logic … Continue reading Azure Logic Apps – Standard Resources

Improving Azure Logic Apps Performance using the SplitOn feature

Ever try to squeeze some additional performance out of your logic app, but get stuck on how you can do so? One option may be the SplitOn feature that exists in Azure Logic Apps that allows you to debatch an incoming message, that contains an array of records, within your trigger. By using this approach we can process each record within its own logic app … Continue reading Improving Azure Logic Apps Performance using the SplitOn feature

Mock Testing Azure Logic Apps/Power Automate Using Static Results

Testing your Azure Logic App or Power Automate Flow is naturally a good idea. In some circumstances you may need to proceed with your build activities before your endpoint is available. In other situations you may want to ensure that you capture what your functioning workflow *should* look like. For example, you build and test your work flow and then you capture the outputs from … Continue reading Mock Testing Azure Logic Apps/Power Automate Using Static Results

Announcing Middleware In The Cloud -Teachable Online School

As you may be aware, I have recently started building online courses. To date, these course have been posted on Udemy.com. While hosting courses on Udemy has some advantages, it also creates some level of lock-in. As a result, I have decided to make my Microsoft Flow vs Azure Logic Apps course available on Teachable.com. Teachable.com is a trusted Learning Management System (LMS) where authors … Continue reading Announcing Middleware In The Cloud -Teachable Online School