About Logic Apps

Out-of-the-box connectors reduce integration challenges

You can connect apps, data, and devices anywhere—on-premises or in the cloud—with our large ecosystem of software as a service (SaaS) and cloud-based connectors that includes Salesforce, Office 365, Twitter, Dropbox, Google services, and more. It's never been easier to access data and keep your disparate systems up-to-date, in real-time. New connectors are being added to the Azure Marketplace all of the time. Azure Databricks supports Python, Scala, R, Java, and SQL, as well as data science frameworks and libraries including TensorFlow, PyTorch, and scikit-learn.

Connect and integrate data from the cloud to on-premises

Logic Apps gives you a robust set of capabilities that make it easier to unlock data from behind the firewall, securely connect to cloud-based services, and take advantage of rich integration without having to migrate away from the on-premises systems you’re already invested in.

B2B and enterprise messaging in the cloud

B2B capabilities in Logic Apps make it easier for you to work with trading partners via Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) standards including EDIFACT, X12, and AS2. With the integration of Microsoft Operations Management Suite, you can quickly see and troubleshoot these transactions, which makes it easier for small and medium-size businesses to work with partners, and allows larger enterprises to take advantage of the scalable benefits of the cloud for B2B messaging.

Take advantage of your current BizTalk Server investments to connect to SaaS applications

Logic Apps makes it possible to start Azure BizTalk Server processing from the cloud, which allows you to take advantage of existing processes implemented with BizTalk Server, keep data within their on-premises environment, and integrate with cloud-based processes. A new adapter enables BizTalk Server to invoke Logic Apps, which provides seamless connectivity to numerous SaaS applications, including SalesForce.com and SharePoint Online. This allows you to take advantage of cloud-based integration and keep data and processes entirely on-premises.