Azure Logic Apps

Azure Logic Apps

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Azure Logic Apps

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Azure Logic Apps.

9 out of 10
May 06, 2022
We use Azure and CRM for our computing solutions under our domain! It works every time, there are days that it seems slow performing, but …
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Azure Review - JB

7 out of 10
May 02, 2022
Simply put I use Azure Logic currently to my help organize and streamline all the tools and resources I use on a daily basis. The problem …
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Automate your Business needs

8 out of 10
August 27, 2021
We use Azure Logic Apps along with Azure Data Factory to create automated workflows based on enterprise applications like outlook …
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Popular Features

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Pre-built connectors (13)

8.5
85%

Data quality services (13)

8.5
85%

Data security features (13)

8.2
82%

Connector modification (13)

7.6
76%

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Standard Connector

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Enterprise Connector

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  • No setup fee

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  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services

Features Scorecard

Cloud Data Integration

8.2
82%

Product Details

What is Azure Logic Apps?

Microsoft offers the Azure Logic Apps as a cloud-based integration service, supporting data and application integration.

Azure Logic Apps Technical Details

Deployment TypesSaaS
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationNo

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What is Azure Logic Apps?

Microsoft offers the Azure Logic Apps as a cloud-based integration service, supporting data and application integration.

What is Azure Logic Apps's best feature?

Reviewers rate Pre-built connectors and Data quality services highest, with a score of 8.5.

Who uses Azure Logic Apps?

The most common users of Azure Logic Apps are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees) and the Information Technology & Services industry.

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May 06, 2022

Azure Logic Apps.

Score 9 out of 10
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We use Azure and CRM for our computing solutions under our domain! It works every time, there are days that it seems slow performing, but we have never experienced any serious downtime. We're able to provide faster support and response to our business partners within our organization.
  • Easy to set up and login.
  • Easy end to end integration of all the apps and data.
  • User interface or designer to configure the actions should be improved.
  • Business processes are a bit difficult to visualize using this app.
We're able to automate the business processes and implement workflows and provide easy integration with various tools internally. It helps design the workflows and allows for the implementation of business logic, and provides numerous connectors to connect different enterprise applications to be integrated easily into the workflow. It's well suited for all areas; it all depends on the business needs and where we can get the most of the features that is available based on our current subscription plan.
Sachi Subaran | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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I work as an admin support manager in a premium education management institution that is fully B2C. One of the main concerns our company had previously was to automate tasks with a central integration software without having to spend dollars on different software that did a certain job. But in the given time we did not have much expertise around integration software models or examples. With active search alongside the help of a few external consultants, we proposed a few software products to fit our needs, and fortunately, Microsoft Azure Logic Apps was one of them that we went for.
  • Create advanced and complex workflows
  • Easy deployment
  • Ability to host maps and schemas locally
  • More advanced action options can be added to the workflow templates.
  • More advanced workflow templates could be added.
  • Troubleshooting process could be improved.
Microsoft Azure Logic Apps was a perfect solution for us to integrate the apps and products we used in our business to create automated workflows which were also complex and very advanced. This was a very new feature for us, and also it reduced our software costs massively and also saved us a lot of time. With the crisis, we were in back then Azure turned out to be the best cost-friendly solution because we only had to pay for what we used!
Score 9 out of 10
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We have deployed Microsoft Azure Logic Apps to create real-time workflows. It has numerous connectors that have greatly simplified the way we connect with highly scalable systems. Microsoft Azure has quickened the processes of developing B2B integration solutions for a better flow of data between systems. Blob storage provides an effective hosting environment and automatically directs and processes requests across cloud and onsite systems.
  • It has an extensive amount of connectors.
  • SFTP for sharing files ensures efficient sharing of files to emails which stimulates logic apps.
  • Several options for languages.
  • It falls short of alerting capabilities.
  • Microsoft Azure should be unclouded with its pricing. We don't always know how much an inclusion will affect the monthly price. So we have to speculate where we are with the price and if we can afford to include another asset.
Microsoft Azure ensures seamless integrations and connectivity both in and out of the Microsoft ecosystem. It has multiple integrations and many options for different languages. Its reliability is part of what makes it a great choice for large-scale organizations. However, Microsoft Azure could use some transparency about its pricing and the cost of additional resources to it.
Score 8 out of 10
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Microsoft Azure Logic Apps' serverless computing capability allowed us to create cost-effective solutions for our customers that are scalable and adaptable. As a technology solution that must be compatible with sharing with other applications, we were unable to replace the current monitoring and file transfer system that receives a daily feed and consumes server resources for about an hour each day.
  • Scalable as well as reasonably priced
  • Customizable Tasks/Jobs Scheduled
  • Interact with most third-party products and interfaces
  • For large-scale execution/branching that isn't directly tied to data, it becomes more difficult to control
  • It's much easier for developers to think about Azure Logic Apps now that there's more precise and clear documentation and examples
  • If Else's iteration/looping and depth can be enhanced
Azure Logic Apps are ideally suited for situations when the app has to be activated fast and without the need for extensive infrastructure, AD group setup, etc. Azure Logic Apps provide an on-the-fly solution. If the logic app's output data is greater than 100+ MB, it's not a good idea to use Azure Logic Apps.
Score 9 out of 10
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To move a package from one resource group to another, we utilized Azure Logic Apps. It served as an excellent means of connecting a wide range of cloud-based services. You can start with the templated solutions and then learn more about what you can accomplish. In order to keep track of various indicators, we connected these activities with a variety of software solutions.
  • Plenty of options for integrating with other systems
  • Affordability
  • Simple management and integration of the system
  • Configuring a workflow might be a difficult task
  • It's a lot of work to do sophisticated custom work with it
  • There's room for improvement in the user interface
Because all you have to do is enter the data, pre-built connections for various protocols make installation a snap. On Azure Docs, the documentation is rather good, and the staff who maintains it is fast to answer any questions you may have. We've also been able to cut down on the amount of time we spend dealing with email process issues. It's simple to teach individuals how to utilize logic applications.
May 02, 2022

Azure Review - JB

Score 7 out of 10
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Simply put I use Azure Logic currently to my help organize and streamline all the tools and resources I use on a daily basis. The problem the product addresses is with them easily and efficiently being able to create workflows in order to get tasks done. These tasks usually require different apps, services, and programs and I’m able to streamline all of that with this app.
  • Creating and preprint workflows.
  • Executing workflows in a simple way.
  • Bring different applications and services together.
  • More training and help guides.
  • Simplifying the implementation process.
  • Multiple user integration.
Where this app would be best suited is for B2B businesses that are using multiple services, apps, and tools to create solutions for their clients. For a bigger company that is more disorganized due to all the moving pieces, this application will help streamline a lot of the different pieces a big organization is juggling to provide a solution to their clients.
April 28, 2022

Azure is Great!

Dácio Appolinario | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Azure Logic Apps made our lives easier at my company. Automating and scheduling tasks was a hassle... After Azure's implementation, everything became much easier! I recommend it!
  • Scheduling Tasks
  • Integration w/ other Systems
  • Taks Automation
  • Pricing
At my company, we used to do a lot of repetitive work. This meant we could make more mistakes, which meant lost time (and money). With Azure Logic Apps our tasks are happening smoothly, automatically, and totally integrated to our other systems. We don't even have to import and export files, that's amazing. Price is expensive, I know. But you should consider.
Kamesh Pandrangi | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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The serverless computing feature provided by Microsoft Azure Logic Apps enabled us to develop cost-effective solutions for the users which are scalable and flexible. We were able to replace the existing monitoring and file transfer system that gets a daily feed wherein the resource utilization is almost one hour per day, and the server sits idle for the rest of the day, being a financial app and need to be compliant with sharing with other apps wasn't a solution.

Using Azure Logic Apps, we were able to achieve the required functionality without having any dedicated server, login accounts, etc.
  • Responding to Azure Events
  • Scalable and cost effective
  • Customized Scheduled Jobs/Tasks
  • Able to connect with most of the external products/interfaces
  • Automated Mail Response
  • Iteration/Looping along with depth in If Else can be improved
  • Becomes difficult to manage for large scale execution/branching as the project/requirements grow, which may not be related to data by kind of decision tree
  • More Precise and Clear documentation, along with examples, makes developer's job easy to consider Azure Logic Apps
In a scenario wherein the app needs to be turned on quickly without too much infrastructure, AD group creation, etc., Azure Logic Apps best suits and addresses the problem by giving an on-fly solution. It would be less appropriate to pick Azure Logic Apps wherein output data created as a computation from the logic app is more than 100+ MB.
Score 8 out of 10
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We used Azure Logic Apps so that we can import and export package from one resource group to another. It functioned as a fantastic connection tool between a multitude of cloud based solutions. You can begin by using the templated solutions, and then build out and learn more from there on what you can do. We integrated these actions with a number of app solutions that we use in order to track various metrics.
  • Huge library of integrations available
  • Ease of use
  • Easy integration and management
  • Easy to get up and running, and easy to manage
  • Preconfigured connectors from Azure
  • Workflows are quite complex to configure
  • Doing advanced custom work with it can be quite painstaking
  • The GUI could do with being a bit more modern
  • Even if you do know how to code there's no way to easily add logic to the logic apps
Having the connectors for different protocols already built allows for a fairly speedy implementation, as all you really need to do is enter the information! The documentation is pretty good on Azure Docs, and their team behind it is quick at responding to any queries you may have. We're also saving a lot of time with workflow email problems. Training people on how to use logic apps is easy!
mahesh marthi | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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The main USP of Azure Logic Apps is its connectors. MS has come a long way in providing various connectors to different services. The main implementation I have used is for services that provided Rest APIs to connect and also amongst Microsoft Saas and Paas offerings. Using MSI enables the management of authentication while using Paas/Saas offerings like Azure Functions, Log analytics, etc. The other scope where I have used it the most is for Playbooks (it's just a logic app with Sentinel Trigger) which offers huge relief for automation of SIEM (Sentinel.)
  • Connecting to different services using OOB connectors
  • Support for HTTP connectors which enables user to leverage RestAPIs
  • Readability, i.e., it looks just like a Visio diagram. Even managers or HRs can have a look and get to know what's happening
  • It's a Programmer's Lego. It's fun connecting them at the same time getting the work done
  • Limitations on a variable. For instance, an array can hold only 1500 as of now. There are several limitations like these. Increasing these numbers helps users a lot.
  • Nesting Depth: A single if-else statement itself takes two levels. If there are multiple levels, then there is no choice but to have another logic app.
  • Execution Time: This is a huge drawback as far as I am concerned. One can easily develop and deploy a logic app in 30 mins, which might take at least 3 hours if we have done it in any other way (like c# coding + functions). But the main pain point is the testing. If a loop has 5000 elements and is using the same variable, the runtime might take literally an hour to complete.
  • API connections: Let's say if an API has a limit of 1000 calls per 5 minutes, and my logic app needs to do 5000 calls. There is no way I can create 5 API connections and dynamically use them in Azure Logic Apps.
1. For simple tasks / moderately difficult tasks (where there are not too many condition checks)
2. We have less time for development, and the Agenda is simple.
3. Avoid Azure Logic Apps when you are unsure about hitting the limits (check latest limitations of Azure Logic Apps in MS docs)
Score 8 out of 10
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We use Azure Logic Apps along with Azure Data Factory to create automated workflows based on enterprise applications like outlook attachments, SFTP, and dropbox files. Logic Apps is a very simple no-code solution which has vast number of connectors to work with various enterprise applications. Logic Apps workflow supports both event based and time based triggers.
  • Easy Debugging
  • Enterprise App automation
  • Vast No. of connectors
  • Pricing
  • Documentation
  • Error Handling
Business automations using enterprise applications like Office 365 and SAP systems. Simple UI and it has powerful connectors that support almost every possible business apps.
Score 7 out of 10
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We heavily use Azure Logic Apps as a connection tool between several of our cloud-based resources through a no-code or low code solution. The main use case we had was to be able to send files to an email and have it trigger a logic app to send the data to a function app.
  • 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.
  • Some of the integrations can be a bit tricky to work with and the help info isn't that straight forward.
  • Triggers can be challenging sometimes.
  • The programmability in Logic Apps needs improvements.
Azure Logic Apps is well suited for situations where you are already using several Azure workloads or Microsoft products and need to connect them together through orchestrations. It doesn't fit so well when you have systems in other platforms and want them to talk seamlessly to each other. Support is very lacking there.
As with other Microsoft Azure support, Microsoft Logic Apps is hit or miss depending on the issue you are having. If it's simple then the resolution can be very quick. If it requires an engineer to review, then it will take them quite a while to look up a solution as they dig through.
Kyle Kochtan | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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We are currently testing Azure Logic Apps for use in a number of channels in our business. We are very excited to see what we can accomplish with this new platform. We currently use Azure Logic Apps to automate a number of manual tasks ( scrape emails, read PDFs and dump the data into a database for use by other applications).
  • Simple to use and start with
  • Very intuitive interface
  • Powerful connections out of the box
  • 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
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.
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.