On June 22, 2023 (Pacific Time) the Logic Apps Product Group will host a full day of learning where you will be the start! The Logic Apps Aviators is a free event driven Microsoft, for anyone who wants to learn more about Logic Apps and how it can help to solve real life integration problems. In this full-day event, we will deep-dive into many aspects of Logic Apps with sessions from both Microsoft team and community. And we are looking for sessions of all types, from beginning to advance, from patterns and practices to real life scenarios.
We have recently published an update to how we emit telemetry for Application Insights in Azure Logic Apps (Standard). This new update is currently in Public Preview and is an opt-in feature for customers. It can be enabled without introducing risk to your telemetry. For customers who choose not to opt in, they will continue to emit telemetry using the existing method.
In this blog post we are going to show how we can use Azure workbooks together with recent improvements to application insight integration to build similar rich and interactive dashboards for standard Logic Apps.
In this blog, we will explore the creation of Logic app infrastructure components using Azure Biceps template. Bicep is a domain-specific language (DSL) that uses a declarative syntax to deploy Azure resources. In a Bicep file, you define the infrastructure you want to deploy to Azure, and then use that file throughout the development lifecycle to deploy your infrastructure repeatedly.
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Set up a Logic Apps workflow to get notified when an iOS LOB app is about to expire. An expired iOS LOB app can’t be deployed to our users anymore, so we need to make sure the apps are renewed before they expire.
Bicep has made creating the resources a lot simpler and less verbose. And the separation of Infrastructure and Code with Logic Apps Standard has made the day-to-day way of working, especially when the integration developer is responsible for their own DevOps, a great deal easier once everything is set up.