Choosing the right trigger type is very important task when designing data factory workflows. Today I will show you four ways to trigger data factory pipelines so you can make sure you react to your business needs better.
Azure Event Grid is fast and reliable event routing service allowing developers to create real time applications and decouple their systems at ease. Thanks to event grid built in events you can quickly automate Azure subscription for all your operation needs.
Continuous Deployment is great way to increase productivity for developers in any technology out there. With Azure App Service deployment center, you can quickly set up continuous deployment for your web apps and serverless functions without need to learn complicated external tools and platforms, all this in just few minutes.
If you are looking for a quick way to host your containers in Azure, then look no further. With Azure Container Instances you can host your containers in minutes without need to run complicated provisioning or infrastructure management. A true container service for beginners.
Using conditions, loops and parallel execution allows developers to implement much more complex Enterprise Integration scenarios using Azure Logic Apps. All those actions are available through Control Actions group which we will learn all about Today.
Azure Cosmos DB is globally distributed and highly responsive database in the cloud. With just few clicks you can get multi-regional distribution and redundancy with high availability of 99.999%.
Parametrization in Azure Data Factory is essential to achieve good design and reusability as well as low cost of solution maintenance. Using parameters also speeds up implementation of new features in your pipelines.