Understanding Connectors In Azure


This article will cover the following.

  • Brief concepts and prerequisites
  • Implementation – Create a storage account with blob
  • Implementation – Create a Logic App -- Enterprise Integration Connector

Brief Concepts

What is Windows Azure Connector?

  • It provides quick access to events, data, and actions across services, protocols, and platforms.
  • It can be used as a trigger or an action in a logic app and may require a configured connection to use (for example: authorizing a Twitter account to access or post on your behalf).


Read the following article to create an Azure account and for some basic information about Azure to get started.

Implementation – Create a storage account with blob

Steps to be followed:

  • Open Azure portal and go to "Storage Accounts" section. Click on the "+Add" symbol to add “storage accounts” and then fill-in the details with the name and resource-group details.
  • Once the account is created, go to Storage accounts section.
  • Open the storage account and see the "Blobs" container.
  • Then, click on the blobs option and open the Blob Service.
  • Create a blob container and provide the name and access to private only.
  • Go to the Blobs section and see the blob container created just now.

Implementation – Create a logic App -- Enterprise Integration Connector

Steps to be followed,

  • Go to the portal and click on “Add”. Under “Enterprise Integration” choose Logic App.
  • Fill-in the details with the name and choose the existing resource group. Then, click on “Create”.
  • See the Logic App Designer section under the newly created “Logic Connector”.

Happy Learning!