Azure Logic Apps is the Azure’s workflow as a service and an integration/connective tissue between various services on-premise, hybrid and cloud applications. Azure Integration Service Environments are instrumental in enabling the running of mission critical, complex integration scenarios with ease. It is currently marked as a leader in iPaaS offerings quadrant. 200+ connectors available for
Develop end to end B2B / EDI supply chain solution with Azure Logic Apps – part 3 Introduction In earlier two posts (part 1 and part 2 ) we discussed about the business scenario where a fictitious Signature Mobile Accessories company need to receive purchase orders (EDI 850) and send invoice (EDI 810) to big
Introduction APIs have become the engines of growth in today’s economy, and are fundamentally changing the way organizations do business. Azure API management (APIM) helps organizations publish APIs to external partner, and internal developers to unlock the potential of their data and services. Azure API management is a proxy that sits between your back-end services
Introduction Mocking provides a way for APIs to return sample response even when their backend is under development. This enables app developers to proceed with implementation and testing and can be useful in many scenarios: · When the API façade is designed first, and the backend implementation comes later or is worked upon in parallel ·
Introduction In last post we discussed about the business scenario where a fictitious Signature Mobile Accessories company need to receive purchase orders (EDI 850) and send invoice (EDI 810) to big online store for Mobiles as an Azure Logic Apps example use case. So how does a purchase order in paper would look like? You
EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) is a series of messaging standards(X12/EDIFACT) that allow B2B communication between businesses.
To be successful as a business, enterprise must effectively connect, communicate and manage data exchanged with other organizations such as vendors and business partners.
BizTalk Server has been around since 2000, and there have been several new products releases since then. It is a very mature platform with excellent enterprise integration capabilities.