During December’s episode of Integration Downunder, Alessandro Moura showed a recap of the main features that announced for Logic Apps throughout the year. If you didn’t watch it on the day, you should take a look at the webcast.
One of the features that caught my attention, which I haven’t seen before, was the trigger condition. The ability to only fire a logic app if the condition is met. This is great for scenarios where you don’t have control over the event which triggers the logic app (like for example Dynamics 365 triggers, which only allow you to execute a logic app when a record for a given entity has been created or updated), but don’t want to implement the checks within the logic apps itself.
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Integration Down Under is a brand new Microsoft Integration & Azure webcast, in an APAC friendly time zone! And that is an idea that have been simmering for a long time.
We all love Integration Monday, one of the most successful MS Integration webcasts ever, but it was always a recurring joke between the AU/NZ integration professionals who would have to wake up the earliest to be able to watch. So, for a while now, we’ve been discussing how nice would be to have a similar webcast in a time slot that didn’t require lots of caffeine and an alarm clock setup to early in the morning, just to enjoy live…
Then earlier this year Bill Chesnut rallied the troops and brought together a group of Microsoft Azure MVPs – Daniel Toomey, Martin Abbot, Rene Brawuers and myself – to start this project. After a couple of crazy nights furiously discussing details and logistics – social media, logo, topics, among lots of other things – we’ve settled for an inaugural meeting on the 8th Feb, which will kick off the webcast with a series of lightning talks. Here is a taste of what you can expect on the first webcast:
- Bill Chesnut – API Management REST to SOAP
- Martin Abbott – Azure Data Factory v2.
- Wagner Silveira – Azure Functions Proxy
- Dan Toomey – Azure Event Grid
- Rene Brauwers – A reactive integration primer
You can register for the webinar here, thanks to SixPivot, which is kindly providing the Webinar facility.
So please join us on the 8th, and let us know what you think, what topics you are interested in hearing more next and how can we improve more and more!