Azure Logic Apps will be the Pro Version of Microsoft Flow

Microsoft yesterday unveiled a brand new service called Microsoft Flow. Flow is an “If This Then That” (IFTTT) service that allows you to create cloud based workflows for connecting events generated by cloud services such as Twitter, Facebook, etc. that business processes that can send actions to other services.

Microsoft also has another Azure service called “Logic Apps” that was introduced in February in preview. Logic Apps is a configuration based workflow engine that connects cloud services together using Webhooks. Sound familiar?

When I tweeted the announcement yesterday about Flow, I received this tweet:

The answer from Microsoft is that they are in fact the same platform and that Logic Apps will become the “Pro” version of Flow as the two services mature.

Stay tuned for details as they come out from Microsoft….

Christopher Woodill

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