This year there is an Azure advent calendar, organized by Gregor Suttie and Richard Hooper, both fellow Microsoft MVPs. In total 75 sessions will be published, all covering an interesting Azure topic. Of course I jumped on the opportunity to get aboard, and fortunatly I was just in time to be added to the list. As always, I am happy to share with the community and delighted that I am allowed to do so. In this case, my contribution is on the topic of Logic Apps and can be found on the calendars Youtube Channel.
When I started preparing for my session and looked over the calendar again, I found that there were two sessions on Logic Apps on the calendar planned. Next to my own, there was also a session by Simon Waight. After a bit of coordination and a few e-mails back and forth, we divided up the topics. In the recording by Simon you will find:
- An introduction to Logic Apps, connectors and actions
- An introduction to pay per use environments and Integration Service Environments
- Some best practices
- A step by step guide on building your first Logic App
In my session I will expand upon this with the following subjects:
- The introduction of a real world use case where I am working with Logic Apps
- Infrastructure as Code for Logic Apps, so you can practice continuous deployment for Logic Apps
- A short introduction on building your own Logic Apps.
I hope you enjoy the recording, which will go live somewhere today on the calendars Youtube Channel.