How do I let my systems talk with each other in the Cloud or let's say in Azure? Well, Microsoft's answer to that is Azure Integration Services (AIS) - consisting of Logic Apps, API Management, Event Grid and the Service Bus. With these components, you can build solutions in Azure to facilitate communication between on-premise systems, SaaS systems or Azure services or what is known as integration. AIS allows you to build various types of integration solutions leveraging different messaging mechanisms and ways of 'loose coupling'. Furthermore, AIS can help in automating your business processes whether or not in combination with the Power Platform component - Power Automate. In this session, we shall discuss the AIS Components, the options for a solution architecture to allow systems to talk, best practices, real-world use cases, and combing AIS with Power Automate to facilitate business process automation.
Steef-Jan is a Microsoft Azure MVP, blogger, author, and frequent public speaker. He has over 20 years of experience as a technical lead developer and application architect, specializing in custom applications, enterprise application integration, Web services, and Microsoft Azure. Steef-Jan has faced integration and cloud challenges in a diverse range of industries, where he has done architecting, designing, developing, mentoring, and supporting sophisticated and innovative software using many different Microsoft technologies and products.
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