Enterprise Integration with Azure Logic Apps

By Matthew Bennett
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About this book

Logic Apps are a visual flowchart-like representation of common programming actions, and are a flexible way to create logic without writing a single line of code. Enterprise Integration with Azure Logic Apps is a comprehensive introduction for anyone new to Logic Apps which will boost your learning skills and allow you to create rich, complex, structured, and reusable logic with instant results.

You'll begin by discovering how to navigate the Azure portal and understand how your objects can be zoned to a specific environment by using resource groups. Complete with hands-on tutorials, projects, and self-assessment questions, this easy-to-follow guide will teach you the benefits and foundations of Logic App logic design. As you advance, you'll find out how to manage your Azure environment in relation to Logic Apps and how to create elegant and reliable Logic Apps. With useful and practical explanations of how to get the most out of Logic App actions and triggers, you'll be able to ensure that your Logic Apps work efficiently and provide seamless integration for real-world scenarios without having to write code.

By the end of this Logic Apps book, you'll be able to create complex and powerful Logic Apps within minutes, integrating large amounts of data on demand, enhancing your systems, and linking applications to improve user experience.

Publication date:
November 2021

About the Author

  • Matthew Bennett

    Matthew Bennett is an experienced IT author, Microsoft Corporate Trainer, and former IT teacher, covering the IT sector for 22 years. He currently works at Platform Housing Group – a national Housing Association and creates cloud applications for a living. He has worked on integration between legacy systems and CRM products for two years now, but specializes in Dynamics, since 2008. Matthew studied PGDip in Management Studies and PGDip Sound Design planning to originally work in films, but fell into a successful career in IT and has not regretted it. “Every day is a learning day” was his motto and when he joined Pearson who shared the same motto, he was convinced that he was in the right career.

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