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When to use what Azure monitoring service

The well-known Scott Hanselman has been producing the recurring Azure Friday series for a long time. Last Friday, Scott interviewed Azure Barry (Barry Luijbregts) about "What to use for monitoring your applications in Azure". Barry did a great overview about the main monitoring services. See the recording and a kind of summary transcript here.

Work with items in Apply to each in Power Automate or Azure Logic Apps

Automation of small tasks is helpful for many recurring processes. Unless you regularly use Power Automate (Flow) or Azure Logic Apps, it is often not that easy to remember the correct syntax for accessing items in a loop. Here is the quick help.

Working with Azure AD schema extensions in Graph PowerShell

Schema extensions enable to store extended custom data directly to objects in Azure AD. This article describes how to access data we defined and added in Introducing user schema extensions in Delegate365 with the Microsoft Graph PowerShell module.

Introducing user schema extensions in Delegate365

The current version of Delegate365 adds a new feature: Schema extensions for users. Schema extensions allow to add custom data to Azure AD objects. In Delegate365, administrators can use the Delegate365 schema extension feature to add custom properties to a user. Find out, how you can use the user schema extension in Delegate365 here.

Use multiple Node.js versions on your computer (and develop a SPFx webpart)

As developer, it often makes sense to have multiple versions of a framework installed on a single computer. For example, when developing SPFx applications with Node,js v10.x and developing web applications using Angular and Node.js v14.x you need both versions. Thankfully, with Node Version Manager, we can.

Use Azure Logic Apps with custom JSON payloads

Did you ever have the problem of pushing different JSON payloads to a logic app and hitting errors due to JSON schema mismatches? The usual HTTP Request forces you to define the JSON Schema at the beginning. For every tiny difference in the later used properties you need to create your own Logic App even if the process is the same. I will show you an example of a single Logic App deciding at runtime which JSON schema to use for decoding the post body payload. Stay tuned!We will start with an emp...

Working with Azure AD schema extensions and Microsoft Graph

Azure Active Directory is Microsoft´s Cloud Identity system that stores user, license, group, apps, device data and more data in a secure way. As developers, we can extend many of these resources with custom extension. This can be useful to store additional metadata, such as a cost center or personal data for a user, for a group or other resource types. Unfortunately, there isn't much documentation on that. Here's how to do this step-by-step for the user resource with Azure AD schema extensions in real life.

Working with SharePoint dropdown fields in Azure Logic Apps

Yesterday I documented in "Get data from SharePoint as HTML table with Azure Logic Apps" how data is retrieved from SharePoint Online with an Azure Logic app. To dig a little deeper into working with SharePoint list data, here are a few more helpful tips.