Sitefinity Cloud uses Azure Logic Apps for creating and running automated workflows that integrate your applications, services, and systems. Users can quickly develop scalable integration solutions and utilize the vast number of built-in integrations to third-party services without writing a single line of code.
For more information, see Microsoft documentation » About Azure Logic Apps.
Access the service
PREREQUISITES: To be able to use this service, you must have purchased Sitefinity Cloud 10 Automation Workflows add-on.
To access the Azure Logic Apps service, perform the following:
- Log in to Sitefinity Cloud Management Portal.
- In the left pane, navigate to Overview » Summary.
The overview of your application opens.
- Under the Automation workflows section, click on the logic app link.
The logic app can have multiple stateful and stateless workflows. The workflows in a single logic app and tenant share the same processing (compute), storage, network, and data stays in the same region where the logic app is deployed.
Sitefinity Cloud users can have up to 10 workflows in a single logic app. There are no limitations on the number and type of triggers and actions used in a logic app workflow. Integrations with other Azure services are permission scoped and only services accessible by the Sitefinity Cloud users can be used as part of the automation workflow.
Sitefinity Cloud users can open Azure support requests for questions and issues with the Azure Logic App instance and its integrations.
To open a support request, perform the following:
- Access the Logic App instance on the Azure Portal.
- In the left pane, click New Support Request.
The support request form opens.
- Fill out the form with the requested information.