Passing Messages to Azure Service Bus via Data Factory

Rayis Imayev shows how we can use Logic Apps to let Azure Data Factory send messages to Azure Service Bus:

Summary:
1) Azure Data Factory and Service Bus can find common grounds to communicate with each other, and Azure Logic Apps could serve as a good mediator to establish this type of messaging communication.
2) As soon as messages land in a service bus queue, it’s now a responsibility of recipient side to obtain and process those message, which may be part of another blog post.

Click through for a demo of the process.

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