Adventures with Logic Apps: Working with @Outputs

In a previous article, Logic Apps Calling Logic Apps, I show how to have a parent Logic App call child Logic Apps. Now I want to have my child Logic App return a value that my parent Logic App can do something with. This article assumes you are familiar with Logic Apps. Getting started We…

Adventures with Logic Apps: Logic Apps Calling Logic Apps

There are several articles available on how Logic Apps can call other Logic Apps. Most of the examples I found were larger in scope or overly complicated, geared towards specific business cases. I wanted a simple example, but one that was robust enough that would lead to great learning experience. So let’s get started. Create…

Adventures with Cosmos: Alerting and 429 Status Codes

During periods of peak transactions Cosmos may return a 429 Status Code – Too Many Requests, which means the collection has exceeded the provisioned throughput limit (RUs) and that you should retry the request after the server specified retry after duration. I want to setup alerting on both an Azure Function and the underlying Cosmos…

Adventures with Cosmos DB: High Ingestion Architecture

Let’s say you need you receive a large number of transactions from a third-party software system. The third party software system would like to send the requests via an API call. Each transaction needs to be validated (good data), enriched (add meta data) and transformed (convert to final format). My first attempt at solving this…