Webinar | Azure Logic Apps Vs. Power Automate | Which is right for you?
One particular type of session that we like to do is a good old fashioned debate. We hope you’re ready because this one is going to be a real slobberknocker.
It’s time for the next episode of the PixelMill Webinar Series! In this session, “Azure Logic Apps Vs. Power Automate | Which is right for you?”, join our President, Co-founder and Microsoft MVP & Regional Director, Eric Overfield—on Thursday, August 19th, at 11:00 AM PST as he debates between Azure Logic Apps and Power Automate.
Why You Should Attend
Power Automate and Azure Logic Apps help users build automated processes and workflows with no-code or low code, intuitive interfaces. Are you confused by the difference between these two? You’re not alone! Azure Logic Apps and Power Automate are impressive tools in their own right and while there is quite a bit of cross over between the two (Power Automate is a shell over Logic Apps), it can be challenging to determine which tool to use.
Join our President and Co-Founder Eric Overfield as he walks you through the difference between Power Automate and Logic Apps. During our 45 minute session he breaks down how you can determine which tool is right for your specific use case.
In this session:
- Learn the difference between Logic Apps and Power Automate
- Discover the 5 essential guidelines to evaluate when determining which to use
- See live examples/demos of two solutions using Logic Apps and Power Automate
While this session is directed toward those looking to know the difference between Logic Apps and Power Automate, all are encouraged to attend. And don’t worry–we leave some time for Q&A at the end.
About the Speaker:
– Eric Overfield (President and Co-Founder of PixelMill, Microsoft Regional Director & MVP)
A Microsoft Regional Director, MVP, and Microsoft 365 expert with a passion for technology in pursuit of the ideal digital employee experience. Eric is a leading expert in Microsoft-powered digital workspaces, Microsoft 365, Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, and Azure architecture, strategy, and development.
So join us on Thursday, August 19th from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM PST. If you have questions that you want to make sure Eric gets to, send them here.