Message Schema

This page provides details to implement the Azure Service Bus Message Schema. The properties have been extracted from the official Microsoft Azure Source.

REST & Open API Specification with Azure Function App

This page summarises key concepts that should be considered when designing REST APIs. The concepts are derived from the Mozilla HTTP including various other resources.

Enterprise Integration Queue-Based Load Leveling Pattern

In a Point-to-point integration, a Sender may overwhelm the Receiver by sending large volumes of messages that the Receiver cannot process. One option here is to use the Competing Consumer…

Client-Server Architecture using Azure AD B2C and Containers

This post demonstrated a simplified Client-Server Architecture using Azure B2C and Containers. The frontend application consists of a single page demonstrating three stages: Front-end request for a JWT from the…

Enterprise Integration Message Channel Outbox Design Pattern

The outbox pattern is a good application design pattern to use when a Sender has trouble sending messages to an Event or Message Broker. Messages can be persisted to an…

Application Architecture Styles Reference Models

Here is a summary of the different types of application architecture styles.

Event-Driven Enterprise Integration Pattern using Azure Functions and Stripe Payment Gateway

In this post, I’ll demonstrate how to build an event-driven integration using Microsoft Azure Functions and Stripe. This integration demonstrates the event-driven architecture design pattern; an event (state change) occurs…

Recipient List Enterprise Integration Design Pattern using Azure Service Bus

The Recipient List Enterprise Integration Pattern is a very good architecture when there are multiple Receivers that may act on a message. The Recipient List EIP doesn’t concern itself with…

Azure Container Services

There are several container technologies that Microsoft Azure provides. Some of these I have tried to summarise below.

Well-defined Integration Architecture

This page details a list of accepted Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP). All integration design patterns exhibit some common characteristics.