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Integration is always an interesting thing. Recently I’ve been spending some time with Flow and Logic Apps, building several POCs. This got me thinking about which tool is right for which job.

We’ve had for a long time the built-in processes. They have evolved over time into a very robust tool set. The Workflow is one of the first tools in the system to create automation within Dynamics 365. A workflow can be configured to run in the background, which is the most resource efficient way from a system performance perspective, as it gets scheduled and queued, or immediate. The entire interface has remained pretty much unchanged for many versions, and should be familiar to most system customizers and administrators.

Now, Flow came into play, as the new shiny kid on the block. This had some people wondering, if Flow is the new tool in the toolbox, and it appears to do similar things to dynamics workflows, then what gives?

Oh, and for those more focused on integrations, you might have realized that Logic Apps is somewhat familiar to Flow. Now, really, what gives?

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