There is now a landing zone for Azure Integration Services.
A new connector is in Public Preview for Azure Database for MySQL. The connector can be used when building workflows using Power Automate Premium and Azure Logic Apps Standard.
Scaling partitions for the premium messaging tier of Azure Service Bus is now in public preview. Meaning that throughput is no longer limited by the performance of a single message broker.
The ability to call a REST endpoint natively from Azure SQL Database is now in Public Preview. The new functionality is within a system-stored procedure, sp_invoke_external_rest_endpoint.
This article will demystify the subject by presenting the problems a business encounters when it doesn't have an adequate application integration solution. We will then explore how an integration solution can solve these problems and afford a range of additional benefits along the way.
As most new integrations are now carried out in the cloud using Azure Integration Services, we are excited to see three very useful new capabilities arrive to Azure Logic Apps (Standard).
There is a new release of Service Bus Explorer to challenge the community-managed Service Bus Explorer OSS tool.
Azure functions v4 now supports .NET 7 as runtime. This means you can build serverless applications using .NET 7 runtime while using the isolated process mode in Azure Functions v4.
With Partner Events, your solutions can now react to events that come from non-Azure services and you can send events to Partner platforms.
Azure SQL Database External REST Endpoints Integration is a long-awaited capability. Though currently it has only been released to an early adoption program, it is worth taking a look at.