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What is an Azure Composite Application?
Composite Application is a logical entity that you can use to group Azure Services like Service Bus, Logic Apps, Event Hubs etc that constitute a Line of Business Application in your Integration Solution Architecture. These resources can be from different Azure Subscriptions and namespaces.
Challenges with Azure Portal to manage Composite Cloud Integration Solutions
Over the last few years, Microsoft has built excellent tooling around different technologies. Today, everything is available in one place – the Azure Portal, which is great and helps to manage complex solutions as shown in the above example! However, this brings in its own challenges when it comes to management of distributed solutions.
No Application Visibility
When your Line of Business (LoB) application integrates with different Azure services such as Logic Apps, Azure Functions, Web Jobs etc., there is no easy way you can manage the entire application group as a whole using the Azure Portal.
No Deep/Integrated Tooling
Using Azure Portal as a tool to manage your distributed applications? Be aware that each service is available as independent technology silos. You might also have to write your own code or use third party applications (like Service Bus Explorer) to perform operations.
No Consolidated Monitoring
To monitor distributed applications, there are no options for you to consolidate monitoring for the services in Azure Portal. You are either forced to use external tools that solve your monitoring problems partially or build your custom monitoring solutions.
No Application Level Security
With distributed applications, there will be different Azure Services from the different subscriptions. It becomes difficult for administrators to grant permissions to resources in the subscription as they are unable to configure granular level of security for users easily.