Mainframes are heavy and moving their workloads to the cloud takes time. Using the Logic Apps connector for IBM 3270 'green screens' you can now easily record mainframe applications and drive them from Logic Apps. This capability, sometimes termed, RPA (robotic process automation), enables you to extend your valuable mainframe assets with the vast array of amazing services in Azure to modernize your apps. All via Logic Apps, without writing a line of code.Integrate 3270 screen-driven apps on IBM mainframes with Azure by using Azure Logic Apps and IBM 3270 connectorSchema reference for Workflow Definition Language in Azure Logic AppsAzure Logic Apps (docs)Azure integration servicesCreate a free account (Azure)
Learn how to use the Microsoft Graph to harness data and signals from across Microsoft 365. We’ll build a daemon application that uses Azure Functions, Logic Apps, and Microsoft Flow-driven workflows. Then, we’ll drive outcomes using Outlook actionable messages, SharePoint, and Teams. Finally, we’ll discuss best practices for building background applications using app-only authorization.
In this session, we will cover the basics of blockchain and walk through the anatomy of an enterprise blockchain application with special guest Vitalik Buterin, the creator of Ethereum. The session will include how to build and manage Quorum infrastructure with the new Azure Blockchain Service, how to use VS Code create and test smart contracts for both consortium networks and public chains and how to interact with both the ledger and smart contracts using new connectors for Logic Apps and Flow. Vitalik will showcase how these tools work well in the public chain as well as private networks running in Azure. In a demo heavy format, we’ll highlight integrations with both popular Azure services and open source tools, including the just released Confidential Consortium Framework (CCF).
Imagine you have a nice SaaS-based web shop that handles a few 100 orders a day. A nice custom-built integration layer makes sure that orders are send to the right fulfillment partner and that customer receive their order confirmations. When suddenly you web shop is discovered by the public and you notice your solution isn’t able to scale. And Black Friday is only a few months away... What do you do? In this session Aarjan will show how you can build and deploy an integration layer that is reliable, scalable and very cost effective by using Microsoft Azure serverless technologies
Hear from the Logic Apps team about new features and announcements for Microsoft Build 2019. We cover brand new features just released as well as what is coming soon on our roadmap including Inline Code, the General Availability of the new SAP ECC and S/4 HANA connector, the General Availability of ISE (Integration Service Environments), new VS Code features for Logic Apps coming soon and more.
The Integration Service Environment (ISE) provides a dedicated Logic Apps runtime that can directly integrate with systems in a virtual network, including on-premises via an Express Route.Announcing Azure Integration Service Environment for Logic Apps blog postConnect to Azure virtual networks from Azure Logic Apps by using an integration service environment (ISE) docsAzure Logic Apps docsWhat is Azure Virtual Network? docsCreate a free account (Azure)
Azure Integration Services brings together API Management, Logic Apps, Service Bus, and Event Grid as a reliable, scalable platform for integrating on-premises and cloud-based applications, data, and processes across your enterprise.Azure Integration Services overviewAzure Integration Services white paperAzure Integration Services docsBasic enterprise integration on Azure reference architectureCreate a free account (Azure)
With the accelerated pace of digital transformation, DevOps, adoption of new platforms, and managing cloud resources is increasingly becoming a challenge for central IT. Applying availability best practices, compliance requirements and cost management are adding to the challenge. With the help of serverless technologies, customers can apply such policies to cloud resources at any given time and run them over a long time. Join us to learn how to use Event Grid, Azure Logic Apps and Functions to apply IT policies such as asset tagging, maintenance window, and even applying disaster recovery schemas.
Logic Apps is an Azure cloud-based service that enables us to develop and deliver integration solutions with ease. It also helps us build, schedule, and automate processes as workflows so we can integrate apps, data, systems, and services across enterprises or organizations. However, Microsoft Flow is a SaaS offering, for automating workflows across the growing number of applications and SaaS services that business users rely on. We will help you chose the right product given that Flow was built using Logic Apps itself. We will illustrate the similarities between Logic Apps and Flow, and define the differences on the Whens, Hows and Wheres.
Learn how to take advantage of serverless optimization to build static sites, with epic scalability and super-low latencies, at a fraction of the cost. We show why serverless is the perfect companion to static sites and how to architect your application using Azure Functions and Azure Logic Apps.
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