This course will look at the core features of Logic Apps including connectors used for building Enterprise Solutions. Once you have completed this course, you will be able to build production-ready logic apps to solve real-world business needs.
With more companies using multiple Platform as a Server (PaaS) solutions in the enterprise, the need for communication between those systems or between those systems and on-premises is increasing. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Creating Enterprise Logic Apps, you will gain foundational knowledge of Azure Logic Apps in order to build and deploy enterprise solutions. First, you will learn the core components that make up the Azure Logic Apps platform. Next, you will discover the ways to customize the development experience. Finally, you will explore how to deploy Azure Logic Apps. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Azure Logic Apps needed to build and deploy enterprise solutions.
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 (Music playing) Hi everyone, my name is Stephen W. Thomas, and welcome to my course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Creating Enterprise Logic Apps. I'm an independent consultant specializing in Azure integration and hybrid solutions, including working extensively with Azure logic apps. In this course, we're going to walk through all the steps needed to design, build, and deploy a production-ready Azure Logic App. Some of the major topics that we'll cover include learning what Azure Logic Apps are and when to use them, how to build a basic Azure Logic App in the web portal, review the retry and exception management options in Azure Logic Apps, and last, review deployment options and best practices. By the end of this course, you will know the essentials to build an Azure Logic App that is enterprise grade. Before beginning this course, it would help to be familiar with the Azure Portal and have an active Azure subscription if you want to follow along with the demos. From here, you should feel comfortable diving into Azure Logic Apps with the course on Azure Logic Apps: Fundamentals. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn Azure Logic Apps with the Microsoft Azure Developer: Creating Enterprise Logic Apps course at Pluralsight.