Serverless Application Integration - Azure and Power Platform

 
German Intermediate Integration

In dieser Session befassen wir uns mit Serverless Code zur Applikationsintegration. Allen voran Azure Functions und Azure Service Bus. Wir zeigen, wie wir diese Technologien erfolgreich bei großen Integrationsprojekten einsetzen, um CRM mit anderen Applikationen zu integrieren und um eine eventbasierte und asynchrone Integrationsarchitektur zu schaffen. Wir halten uns hier an das „Smart Endpoints and Dumb Pipes“-Paradigma der Microservices Architektur. Mit Hilfe der Azure Functions gelingt es lose gekoppelte Microservices zur Integration zu schreiben, die hoch performant und skalierbar sind. Azure bietet mittlerweile unzählige Optionen zur Applikationsintegration und wir werden einen kurzen Streifzug über die anderen Möglichkeiten machen (Power Automate, Logic Apps, Event Grid, Web Jobs).

Speaker

Christoph Stiedl

EMAKINA CEE, CRM Team/Tech Lead

Christoph Stiedl arbeitet seit 13 Jahren bei EMAKINA CEE / k.section business solutions gmbh als CRM Consultant. Als CRM Team/Tech Lead mit Fokus auf Dynamics 365 CE (=MS Dynamics CRM) hat er sich auf Integrations- und BI Themen spezialisiert. Architekturdesign für Integrationsprojekte (rund um CRM) mittels asynchroner, eventbasierter Applikationsintegration (Message Broker wie dem Azure Service Bus, IBM MQ, Apache ActiveMQ, TIBCO) zählt zu seinen Schwerpunkten.

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