Microsoft Azure – Creating a Logic App of Consumption Type
Azure Logic Apps can be used for automating the project workflows without writing a single line of code. Azure Logic Apps is a leading integration platform as a service (iPaaS) built on a containerized runtime. It can be used to deploy and run Logic Apps anywhere for scaling apps and making them portable while automating business-critical workflows anywhere.
Choosing Consumption Type over Standard Type:
The simple Answer for this question is Consumption resource type runs in the multi-tenant where the Standard runs in single-tenant.
Create a logic app, which lets you group workflows as a logical unit for easier management, deployment, and sharing of resources. Let’s get started by creating a one using consumption type.
Creating a Logic App with Consumption type:
Follow the below steps to create a Logic App with Consumption type:
Step 1: Log in to Azure Portal
Step 2: Access Logic App from global search.
Step 3: To Create a Logic App >> Click on + Add
Step 4: Fill up details like select subscription and select resource group.
For instance details:
- type: Select Consumption
- Name: Provide a Unique Logic App Name always
- Select: Select your deployment region (Select East US Region for frequently used functions to save the cost)
If you need to monitor the Logic App the Enable Logic Analytics to true (Yes) and Select your preferred workspace to collect log analytics or else select No.
Step 5: Next, Add Tags if necessary (Optional for now)
Step 6: Review the details, then click on Review + Create.
Once the logic app is created you can open the logic app resource and you can design your function with inbuild tools or you can write your own code.