Logic Apps was released in July 2016 for the public and has since then evolved into a leader in the integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) space in two years. Moreover, Logic Apps succeeded Microsoft’s first attempt at offering an iPaaS in the Cloud – BizTalk Services. It later received some updates and branded as Microsoft Azure BizTalk Service, MABS for short – a version 2 of BizTalk Services. However, MABS was deprecated, and both the VETER pipelines and the EDI/B2B functionality Microsoft moved to Logic Apps.
In this paper, we will discuss some of the patterns you can implement with Logic Apps. Furthermore, we present some of the best practices when developing Logic App workflows.
This whitepaper will give you a detailed understanding of the following: