A new year, a new decade, a new blogging platform for me!
I’ve been blogging for just shy of 10 years.
My blog is still here, hopefully the content is easier to read and my readers...
I had the pleasure to attend the PyCon (Python Conference) Canada 2019 in Toronto a weekend ago (November 16-17).
In this article I wanted to give a quick review of the event from my perspective and then describe quickly the talks I went to.
Talks will be put on Pycon’s YouTube channel. I’ll...
Today we look at a common although slightly advanced scenario with API Management: accessing Azure Key Vault from Azure API Management.
In an Enterprise, API Management service are often shared between teams. This means a lot of people might open it in the Portal and look at it. It also means that putting...
It is quite easy to create an API in API-M, connect it to a back-end API and test it in the portal.
What happen when you test it from another client platform (e.g. Postman) and it fails? You have no visibility into what...
So, you have a few functions running. Maybe some of those functions are important and you would like to be alerted when they fail.
In this article I’ll cover that exact scenario. We will do that in the following steps:
- Deploy a recurrent function which fails %50 of the time (by design)