A while back I wrote about how you can use Azure Data Factory to build next generation of data integration piplines [https://blog.tomkerkhove.be/2017/12/14/azure-data-factory-2-0-next-generation-data-integration/] and how is it compares to Azure Logic Apps [https://blog.tomkerkhove.be/2017/12/22/azure-data-factory-2-0-how-is-it-different-from-azure-logic-apps/] . Recently I was thrilled
> TL;DR - Azure Logic Apps & Azure Data Factory are both orchestrators, but how do they differ from each other? Well, combining both are the sweet spot. In my previous post [https://blog.tomkerkhove.be/2017/12/14/azure-data-factory-2-0-next-generation-data-integration/] , we've went through the new features of Azure Data Factory 2.
A few weeks ago, Microsoft held another edition of its Ignite conference in Orlando, FL. After going through most of the announcements and digesting them I found that there were a couple of interesting ones in the security & data space. Let's have a closer look. Introducing Virtual Network Service Endpoints
> TL;DR - Azure Event Grid is here - In this first article we'll have a look at what it is, dive into the details and have a look at certain new scenarios. Last week Microsoft announced Azure Event Grid (Preview) [https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/introducing-azure-event-grid-an-event-service-for-modern-applications/] , an event-driven
It's a good practice to secure your Azure resources. One of the approaches to achieve this is by using Resource Locks [https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-resource-manager/resource-group-lock-resources] . These allow you to add Read-Only or Delete locks on your resources to prevent somebody from changing or removing it. Unfortunately,
One of my favorite services in Azure is Key Vault [https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/key-vault/key-vault-whatis], of which I have written about a while back [http://tomkerkhove.ghost.io/2015/07/22/securing-sensitive-data-with-azure-key-vault/] . Since then they even added support for creating, managing and monitoring your Azure Key Vault
Recently I was working on a Service Fabric project where I was using Service Remoting to communicate from one service to another by using the ServiceProxy. While refactoring my services I got the following exception over and over again: > Interface id -103369040 is not implemented by object Codit.MyOtherService The