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Azure Logic Apps Training in Bangalore

Azure Logic Apps Training in Bangalore

IQ Stream Technologies is one of the top Azure Logic Apps Training institutes in Bangalore with highly experienced and skilled trainers. IQ Stream Technologies Bangalore also offers placement assistance for students who enrolled in Advanced Azure Logic Apps Courses. Basic knowledge of programming concepts such as conditional logic and loops and basic knowledge of REST services and APIs are some of the prerequisites for Azure Logic Apps training and learning.

Azure Logic Apps gives us pre-built components to connect to Salesforce, Microsoft 365, Oracle, Twitter, YouTube, Dropbox, Google services, Azure Cognitive Services etc. Its very important to evaluate whether Logic Apps is appropriate to automate your business processes before implementing. We will learn how to evaluate this. We will also learn how the components of a logic app work together to automate different business processes.

A business process or workflow is a sequence of tasks that produce a specific outcome. The result might be a decision, some data, or a notification. Azure Logic Apps is a cloud service that automates the execution of your business processes. We use Logic Apps Designer – a graphical design tool – to arrange pre-made components into the sequence we need. Components can be connected in any way or pattern we want. We will use conditional statements and loops to add decision making. Azure Logic Apps use connectors, triggers, and actions to automate business processes and thus eliminating the need for manual intervention. Connectors are used to send data from one system or source into Logic App so it can be processed. Triggers initiate the execution of an app at a specific time or event. So with Azure Logic Apps, organizations can automate complex business processes without the need for code or lengthy development cycles. Logic Apps provide two main benefits: 1) The ability to connect different systems together and create custom solutions that address individual needs 2) The ability to deploy scalable workflows quickly with no IT infrastructure required on site.

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Become and Expert in Azure Logic Apps with IQ Stream Technologies’ advanced Azure Logic Apps learning programmes. Azure Logic Apps help us automates complex business processes by running the process on a schedule, detecting changes in data and automatically executing actions. Logic apps use Microsoft’s connector library which includes over 500 different connectors to connect to almost any application or data source you can think of. These connectors are grouped into categories like analytics & reporting, databases & ETL tools, marketing automation software. Businesses today are faced with the challenge of how to make their organizations more agile. They need to innovate quickly and be able to respond effectively in a changing environment. Logic Apps is Microsoft’s solution for helping businesses do just that. Logic Apps automates business processes by using connectors, triggers, and actions; these can be combined into an app which then runs on its own after being triggered by a connector or action. There are many types of business processes that Logic Apps can automate. One common example is a contract approval process where the Logic App initiates an approval workflow and alerts all stakeholders to the results when complete. You might also have two separate applications, such as your CRM system and email server, that need to be updated with information from a customer’s purchase order before it goes out for delivery. Connectors in Azure Logic Apps allow you to connect apps on-premises or off-premises.

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What are Azure Logic Apps?

What are Azure Logic Apps?

Azure Logic Apps is a cloud-based platform to run and create automated workflows. It can integrate your apps, systems, data, and services. You can develop highly scalable integration solutions with the help of this platform for your business-to-business (B2B) and enterprise scenarios. As a part of Azure Integration Services, Logic Apps eases and simplifies how you connect modern, legacy, and cutting-edge systems across on-premises, cloud, and hybrid environments.

The list describes everything from Azure logic apps tutorial-like example tasks, workloads, and business processes, that you can automate using the Logic Apps service:

  • Process and route customer orders across on-premises systems and cloud services.
  • Send email notifications according to schedule using Office 365 when a specific event happens; for example, a new file is uploaded.
  • Monitor and analyze the sentiment, and create alerts or tasks for items that need review.
  • Move uploaded files from an FTP or SFTP server to Azure Storage.

Depending on your choice’s logic app resource type, your apps will run in single-tenant Azure Logic Apps, multi-tenant Azure Logic Apps, or a dedicated integration service environment. At the same time, you can access an Azure virtual network. If you want to run logic apps in containers, create single-tenant based logic apps with the help of Azure Arc enabled Logic Apps.
To securely run and access operations in real-time on multiple data sources, you can choose among 400+, and growing Azure connectors ecosystem managed connectors for your integrations and workflows.

Managed connectors’ of azure logic apps examples

  • Enterprise systems such as IBM MQ and SAP
  • Azure services like Service Bus and Blob Storage
  • Office 365 services like SharePoint, Outlook, and Excel
  • Database servers such as SQL and Oracle
  • File shares such as SFTP and FTP

You need to run your code to communicate with any service endpoint. Also, you must manipulate data, organize your workflow, use built-in triggers and actions, which run within the Logic Apps service.

For instance, built-in triggers include HTTP, Request, and Recurrence. Built-in actions have Condition, operations, Execute JavaScript code. These call Azure functions, API apps, or web apps hosted in Azure or other Logic Apps workflows.

Logic Apps comprises abilities from BizTalk Server for any B2B integration scenarios. To define B2B artifacts, you make an integration account to store these artifacts. Now, your workflows can use B2B artifacts once you link this account to your Logic app. Also, you can exchange messages that go with (EAI) Enterprise Application Integration and (EDI) standards Electronic Data Interchange.

To know more about how workflows access and work with data services, apps, and systems, you need to know the terminologies.

Azure logic app parameters

Azure logic app parameters

The following terms are must-know concepts in the Logic Apps service.


A workflow is an arrangement of steps that define a task. Each workflow begins with a single trigger. After this, you must add one or more actions.

Logic app

The logic app is an integration platform that is created to run workflows. There are multiple logic app resource that can run in various environments.


A trigger is the first step in any workflow. It specifies the Condition for running further steps in that particular workflow. For instance, a trigger event may get an email in your inbox or detect a new file in a storage account.


An action is each specific step in a workflow after the trigger. Every action is responsible for some operation in a workflow.

Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure manages logic Apps. It frees you from the stress about managing, maintaining, hosting, scaling, monitoring, solutions built with these services. While using these capabilities to create “serverless” apps and solutions, you become capable of focus on business logic and functionality. These services automatically scale to make integrations faster, meet your needs, and help you build robust cloud apps using little to no code.

Azure logic app performance and working

Azure logic app performance and working

In a logic app, every workflow begins with a single trigger. A trigger fires every time a condition is met. For instance, it happens when a specific event occurs or when data meets definite criteria. Many types of triggers comprise scheduling capabilities to control how often a workflow runs. After trigger, one or more actions run operations that can convert, process, or handle data that travels through the workflow.

This workflow uses switches and conditions to determine the following action. Consider that you want to have an order system and your workflow processes incoming orders. Suppose you wish to review orders above a particular cost manually. Your workflow has previous steps to figure out how much an incoming order costs. So now, you create an initial condition based on the cost value. For instance:

  • If the order is below a particular amount, the Condition is false. Now, the workflow processes the order.
  • The workflow sends an email for reviewing manually if the Condition is true. A switch determines the next step.
  • The workflow continues to process the order once approved by the reviewer.
  • The workflow sends an escalation email if the reviewer escalates. This is to extract more information about the order.
  • After meeting the escalation requirements, the response condition turns out to be true. So, the order is processed.
  • An email is sent regarding the problem If the response condition is false

Differences in resource type and host environment

Differences in resource type and host environment

You choose the Logic App resource type to create Logic app workflows based on your solution requirements, scenario, the capabilities of your wish, and the environment to run your workflows.

Capabilities and benefits in Logic Apps

Capabilities and benefits in Logic Apps

Visually create/edit workflows with the help of easy-to-use tools.

Save time and simplify complex processes with the help of visual design tools in Logic Apps. Make your workflows in the cloud from beginning to end by using the Logic Apps Designer in the Visual Studio Code, Azure portal, or Visual Studio. Just begin your workflow with a trigger and add as many actions from the connectors gallery.

Connect different systems across numerous environments

Some processes and patterns are easy to describe but difficult to implement in code. The Logic Apps platform as a service lets you connect different systems across hybrid, cloud, and on-premises environments. For instance, you can connect an on-premises billing system to a cloud based marketing solution. Or you can connect it to centralize messaging across APIs and systems through Azure Service Bus. Logic Apps provides a reliable, consistent, and fast way to deliver reconfigurable and reusable solutions for these scenarios.

Write once, use repeatedly.

Create logic apps like Azure Resource Manager templates to set up and automate deployments across multiple regions and environments.

First-class support for B2B and enterprise integration scenarios

Organizations and businesses electronically communicate with each other with the help of industry-standard message protocols and formats, like X12, EDIFACT, AS2, and RosettaNet. Enterprise integration capabilities supported by Logic Apps create workflows. It helps transform message formats used by trading partners into a different format that your organization’s systems can process and interpret. Logic Apps handles these exchanges securely and smoothly with digital signatures and encryption.

You can begin with your current services and systems and then grow incrementally at your pace. Whenever you’re ready, the Logic Apps platform lets you implement and scale up to a progressed mature integration scenario by providing these capabilities like these:

  • Build off and Integrate Microsoft BizTalk Server, Azure API Management, Azure Service Bus, Azure Functions, and more.
  • Exchange messages using RosettaNet, EDIFACT, AS2, and X12, protocols.
  • Process flat files and XML messages.
  • Create an integration account to manage and store B2B artifacts, like trading partners, validation schemas, agreements, transform maps, and more.

For instance, your workflows can communicate with your BizTalk Server with the help of the BizTalk Server connector. It only works if you use Microsoft BizTalk Server. You can then extend or run BizTalk-like operations in your workflows by integrating account connectors. Also, the BizTalk Server can communicate with your workflows by the Microsoft BizTalk Server Adapter for Logic Apps.

Built-in extensibility

If a suitable connector cannot run the code you want, create and call your code snippets from your workflow by Azure Functions. Or, you can generate your custom connectors and APIs that you can call from your workflows.



The Logic Apps integration platform offers prebuilt built-in operations and Microsoft-managed API connectors to connect and integrate systems, apps, data, services more easily and quickly. You can easily focus on implementing and designing your solution’s business logic and functionality.

You usually won’t need to write any code. Nevertheless, if you need to write code, you can create code snippets using Azure Functions and run the code from your workflow. Also, you’ll be able to develop code snippets that run in your workflow with the help of Inline Code action.

If your workflow requires interaction with events from custom apps, Azure service, or other solutions, you can route, monitor, and publish events using Azure Event Grid.

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What is Azure logic Managed connector?

A managed connector is a wrapper or prebuilt proxy for a REST API. You can access a service, specific app, data, or system.
Before you use most managed connectors, you should create a connection from your workflow and validate your identity. Managed connectors are hosted, published, and maintained by Microsoft. For instance, you can start your workflow with a trigger. Other than this, you can run an action too that works with a service like Office 365, file servers, or Salesforce.

What is azure logic apps built-in operations?

A built-in action or trigger is an operation that runs in Azure Logic Apps natively. For example, built-in functions create ways to control your workflow’s structure or schedule. It runs your code, manipulates and manages data, receives or sends requests to an endpoint. Also, it completes other tasks in your workflow.
Most built-in operations aren’t related to any system or service. Built-in operations are available for specific services, like Azure Functions or Azure App Service.
Many don’t need you to first create a connection from your workflow and validate your identity. For instance, you can start practically any workflow on a schedule with the help of a trigger. Or, you can make your workflow wait until it is called when you use the trigger called Request.

What is Azure logic app Integration account?

An integration account is an Azure resource generated for defining and storing B2B artifacts for your workflows. After you link and create a logic app integration account, your workflows can use the B2B artifacts.
Your workflows can exchange messages that are used to follow Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) standards and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). For instance, you can define trading partners, agreements, schemas, maps, and other B2B artifacts. You can generate workflows that use these exchange and artifacts messages over protocols like RosettaNet, AS2, EDIFACT, and X12.

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