Last year I wrote a post where I illustrated that the costs of the Azure Logic Apps could in some cases may get far too high, especially if the trigger was based on scheduled polling intervals (you can read it here if you are interested). In it I illustrated that even for a single integration… Continue reading Azure Logic Apps Pricing 2018. Do you still need to be careful about costs?
I really like the Azure Logic Apps. I really do. Combined with API Apps, Azure Functions you can build really nice and well micro-service-like workflows in a really well designed way. Saying that – I also believe Microsoft has made a mistake with the pricing model in the consumption plan. I will therefore post this to raise your awareness… Continue reading Be careful of the Logic App Consumption Prizing model
Logic Apps are an interesting new Azure feature to build logically connected flows with sequences of logic happening in logical order. The possibilities are almost endless and you can extend it with own api/logic components if needed. You can use it to do orchestration-like integrations also (consider an http endpoint receiving XML post, schema validation,… Continue reading Logic Apps: Building a “bad PR” handler