Azure Logic Apps is a key component in cloud-based integration. This course will teach you the core building blocks of Logic Apps including flow control, in-order message processing, custom connectors, exception handling, and more.
At the core of Azure-based integration and workflow is a thorough knowledge of Logic Apps. In this course, Azure Logic Apps: Fundamentals, you’ll learn how to build mission-critical Logic Apps for the Enterprise. First, you’ll learn the basics of flow control inside a Logic App. Next, you’ll explore core areas of Logic Apps covering batching, in-order delivery, and exceptions. Finally, you’ll discover how to handle scenarios like large messages and high volume. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of Logic Apps that will help you as you move forward working with integration scenarios inside Azure.
Stephen W Thomas is an Independent Azure Architect specializing in hybrid integration and cloud-based solutions using Logic Apps, BizTalk Server, Service Bus, and other Azure technologies. He is a 13-time Microsoft MVP for Azure & Microsoft Integration, a published author, content creator for Pluralsight, and a strong community contributor. As an Independent Consultant, Stephen gets to work with a large variety of customers all over the world provided non-biased advice on integration and cloud computing. He blogs frequently about Azure, Logic Apps, and Cloud Computing and can be followed on Twitter.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Stephen W. Thomas and welcome to my course, Azure Logic Apps: Fundamentals. I am an independent consultant specializing in Microsoft integration and Azure. This includes logic apps. In this course we are going to walk through 11 core features that comprise logic apps. Some of the major topics that we will cover include working with advanced flow control, batching and de-batching of messages, creating custom connectors, creating event-based logic apps using Azure Event Grid, and handling exceptions inside of logic apps. By the end of this course you will know the core fundamentals of designing and building an enterprise-grade logic app. Before beginning this course you should be familiar with the basics of working with logic apps. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn Azure logic apps with the Azure Logic Apps: Fundamentals course at Pluralsight.