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Previously, we looked into deploying Azure resources uing infrastructure-as-code using Pulumi. In this post, I am walking you through creating the C# (or TypeScript etc) code from manual prototyping and proof-of-concept deployments in Azure to making them using Pulumi.
To handle Infrastructure-as-Code workflows, I use a product called Pulumi. It is built on top of the open-source platform Terraform. Pulumi handles versioning and recreation of cloud resources, handles state and shows a preview of what changes will occur.
Azure Logic apps has powerful capabilities when joined with an integration account. This allows us to do advanced data mapping transformations. In this example, I will use Altova MapForce to design the mapping between the two file formats.
As we provide server-to-server APIs and expose business logic and data to partners and developers, we end up with a large amount of services on different systems, platforms, endpoints and domains. It can be challenging to keep order and structure…