Category Archives: Microsoft Azure


Arrays / Looping structure – Logic Apps

Arrays / Looping structure - Logic Apps

This post covers what’s necessary to iterate over a collection of data when building workflows on schema version 2015-08-01-preview. This differs from schema 2014-12-02-preview, which can be found here. If you are still looking for the “Repeat over a list” menu item, keep on reading.

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Azure AD Reporting API Wrapper

Azure AD Reporting API Wrapper

I’ve created a simple API wrapper around the Azure Active Directory Graph REST API, covering the reporting portion. I wasn’t planning on doing this (well…again), but I dislike working with raw REST calls or bloated API alternatives.

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Notifications on error – Logic Apps

Notifications on error – Logic Apps

Once you have several Logic Apps running, orchestrating important processes within your organization. You soon run into limitations regarding monitoring workflow runs and getting notified when something unexpected has occurred. To overcome this, I’ve created a small project on GitHub and will cover how everything came together within this post.

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Themes in Word 2015

Themes in Word 2015

For everyone fond of the developer themes in Visual Studio, Office 2015 now also included several high contrast themes which are a bit easier on the eyes. Personally. I prefer not spending much time in Word. Well, Word and meetings that is… But in case you have to, using a dark theme makes it a bit more pleasant.

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Debugging HTTP Actions – Logic Apps

Debugging HTTP Actions

Just wanted to share some details on debugging HTTP Actions within Azure Logic Apps. This because I recently provided some guidance on constructing Logic Apps workflows for non-developer minded group of people. The information within this post should give some insights on what steps to take when running into problems calling other services.

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Azure Operational Insights Basics

Azure Operational Insights

About roughly a year ago I wrote a blogpost covering the options available for monitor Azure assets using the Azure portal. As mentioned before, the options are somewhat limited when it comes to monitoring larger environments.

Fortunately, there are some tools available in case If you want to take monitoring to the next level and one of them is Azure Operational Insights, which I will cover within this post.

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SeaMist Update – External Storage

SeaMist Update Kraken.io

SeaMist – a .NET based library for the Kraken.io REST API. Available on GitHub

I haven’t updated SeaMist, .NET C# wrapper for the Kraken.io API, for a while and also wasn’t really planning to provide an updated version. However, after looking at the open issues / enhancements requests, I found out there was some demand for implementing Kraken.io External Storage support.

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