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Likelihood to Recommend

Azure Logic Apps

Azure Logic Apps are a very powerful platform once you get your head wrapped around what they can really do. It is best not to go into them thinking of it as the total solution. Think of them as small tasks that can be chained together by other Azure Logic Apps or other custom applications to create the whole solution to the problem.
Kyle Kochtan | TrustRadius Reviewer

Google App Engine

App Engine is such a good resource for our team both internally and externally. You have complete control over your app, how it runs, when it runs, and more while Google handles the back-end, scaling, orchestration, and so on. If you are serving a tool, system, or web page, it's perfect.If you are serving something back-end, like an automation or ETL workflow, you should be a little considerate or careful with how you are structuring that job. For instance, the Standard environment in Google App Engine will present you with a resource limit for your server calls. If your operations are known to take longer than, say, 10 minutes or so, you may be better off moving to the Flexible environment (which may be a little more expensive but certainly a little more powerful and a little less limited) or even moving that workflow to something like Google Compute Engine or another managed service.
Tristan Dobbs | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Cloud Data Integration

Azure Logic Apps
8.5
Google App Engine
Pre-built connectors
Azure Logic Apps
9.0
Google App Engine
Connector modification
Azure Logic Apps
9.0
Google App Engine
Support for real-time and batch integration
Azure Logic Apps
9.0
Google App Engine
Data quality services
Azure Logic Apps
8.0
Google App Engine
Data security features
Azure Logic Apps
8.0
Google App Engine
Monitoring console
Azure Logic Apps
8.0
Google App Engine

Platform-as-a-Service

Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
7.9
Ease of building user interfaces
Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
8.0
Scalability
Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
8.8
Platform management overhead
Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
7.4
Workflow engine capability
Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
7.2
Platform access control
Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
7.6
Services-enabled integration
Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
7.4
Development environment creation
Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
8.7
Development environment replication
Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
8.5
Issue monitoring and notification
Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
7.9
Issue recovery
Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
7.8
Upgrades and platform fixes
Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
8.1

Pros

Azure Logic Apps

  • We use it for an email connector to a function app and as a way to move items into a storage account.
  • We use it as a way to preprocess information before it goes into function app or a SharePoint site.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Google App Engine

  • Quick to develop, quick to deploy. You can be up and running on Google App Engine in no time.
  • Flexible. We use Java for some services and Node.js for others.
  • Great security features. We have been consistently impressed with the security and authentication features of Google App Engine.
Jonah Dempcy | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Azure Logic Apps

  • Better explanation of all the features that you have available
  • Better documentation as it is a new platform
  • More start up projects to give users an idea of the power of the logic app
Kyle Kochtan | TrustRadius Reviewer

Google App Engine

  • There is a slight learning curve to getting used to code on Google App Engine.
  • Google Cloud Datastore is Google's NoSQL database in the cloud that your applications can use. NoSQL databases, by design, cannot give handle complex queries on the data. This means that sometimes you need to think carefully about your data structures - so that you can get the results you need in your code.
  • Setting up billing is a little annoying. It does not seem to save billing information to your account so you can re-use the same information across different Cloud projects. Each project requires you to re-enter all your billing information (if required)
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

Azure Logic Apps

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Google App Engine

Google App Engine 8.3
Based on 8 answers
App Engine is a solid choice for deployments to Google Cloud Platform that do not want to move entirely to a Kubernetes-based container architecture using a different Google product. For rapid prototyping of new applications and fairly straightforward web application deployments, we'll continue to leverage the capabilities that App Engine affords us.
Joshua Dickson | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

Azure Logic Apps

Azure Logic Apps 8.0
Based on 2 answers
Azure Logic Apps is a quite handy tool for your toolbox as it integrates very easily with other MS products. It also has a lot of features that allows it to be easily deployed and updated via JSON and can be torn down and brought back up in different accounts quickly.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Google App Engine

Google App Engine 7.6
Based on 9 answers
Google App Engine is very intuitive. It has the common programming language most would use. Google is a dependable name and I have not had issues with their servers being down....ever. You can safely use their service and store your data on their servers without worrying about downtime or loss of data.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

Azure Logic Apps

Azure Logic Apps 7.5
Based on 2 answers
Azure Logic Apps are backed by Azure and Microsoft. There is a wealth of information on the internet about both of these platforms. In addition to this Microsoft has a huge bush to using this platform and have offered many solutions and support options to the user. The only drawback is that it is a fairly new platform so the 3rd party information tends to be lacking.
Kyle Kochtan | TrustRadius Reviewer

Google App Engine

Google App Engine 8.1
Based on 21 answers
Good amount of documentation available for Google App Engine and in general there is large developer community around Google App Engine and other products it interacts with. Lastly, Google support is great in general. No issues so far with them.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

Azure Logic Apps

Microsoft Logic Apps is much more enterprise-ready. With our company being more invested in Microsoft, this was a no brainer for us to leverage the tool. Its ease of use and scalability makes it a good choice for an enterprise workload.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Google App Engine

We were on another much smaller cloud provider and decided to make the switch for several reasons - stability, breadth of services, and security. In reviewing options, GCP provided the best mixtures of meeting our needs while also balancing the overall cost of the service as compared to the other major players in Azure and AWS.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Azure Logic Apps

  • Azure Logic Apps have had a great ROI as we have them automating tasks that used to be manual
  • Azure Logic Apps can sometimes take a while to build as you get "caught in the weeds"
  • Debugging can sometimes lead you down a rabbit hole and cost time
Kyle Kochtan | TrustRadius Reviewer

Google App Engine

  • Effective employee adoption through ease of use.
  • Effective integration to other java based frameworks.
  • Time to market is very quick. Build, test, deploy and use.
  • The GAE Whitelist for java is an important resource to know what works and what does not. So use it. It would also be nice for Google to expand on items that are allowed on GAE platform.
Paul Ford | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

Azure Logic Apps

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Azure Logic Apps Editions & Modules

Edition
Actions$0.0000251
Standard Connector$0.0000251
Enterprise Connector$0.0011
Integration Account - Basic$0.422
Integration Account - Standard$1.372
  1. per execution
  2. per hour
Additional Pricing Details

Google App Engine

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Google App Engine Editions & Modules

Edition
Starting Price$0.051
Max Price$0.301
  1. Per Hour Per Instance
Additional Pricing Details

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

Azure Logic Apps
8.5
Google App Engine
8.2

Likelihood to Renew

Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
8.3

Usability

Azure Logic Apps
8.0
Google App Engine
7.6

Performance

Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
10.0

Support Rating

Azure Logic Apps
7.5
Google App Engine
8.1

Implementation Rating

Azure Logic Apps
Google App Engine
8.0

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