About Microsoft Flow
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Microsoft Flow is a cloud-based service that makes it practical and simple for line of business users to build workflows that automate time-consuming business tasks and processes across applications and services.
Microsoft Flow has two distinct audiences: - Line-of-business “Citizen Integrators” in enterprise organizations who partner with IT to move responsibility for business solutions closer to the business itself. - IT decision makers who want to empower line of business partners to create their own solutions so IT professionals and integration specialists can focus their expertise on more advanced integration tools, such as Azure Logic Apps. (For more information on the difference between Microsoft Flow and Azure Logic, read this comparison.)
Flow is part of a powerful and adaptable business application platform that includes PowerApps, the Common Data Service, Dynamics 365 and Office 365. This platform allows our customers, our partners, our ISV partners to create purpose-built solutions for their own companies, their industry, for functional roles or even for specific geographies.
Line-of-business users (who understand their business needs best) can now easily analyze, compose and streamline data and processes. Professional developers can easily extend the automation, analytics and apps line-of-business to leverage Azure services like Functions, App Service and Logic Apps. API connectors, gateways and the Microsoft Common Data Service make it possible to get more value out of services or data already in use, either in the cloud or on-premises.
Microsoft Flow has more than 100 different connectors enabled.
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