Logic Apps and Power Automate are two workflow services from Microsoft that target different audiences and use cases.
Illustration provides an overview of how Microsoft classifies and prices Logic Apps connectors.
How Logic Apps can be deployed and the licensing implications for each deployment model (part two of a series).
Illustration shows screenshots of Logic Apps run histories and Azure Monitor reports.
Illustration shows a screenshot of the Logic Apps workflow designer hosted in the Azure portal and in Visual Studio Code.
Sidebar provides an overview of workflow concepts.
Report, first in a series of three, describes Logic Apps as a workflow service.
Design diagram for Azure Web and mobile front end and integration to legacy business systems.
Organizations with Web and mobile portals that access services and data from multiple business systems can benefit from Azure solutions.
Azure serverless technologies, which span several services, continue to receive improvements