Moving your Dynamics 365/CRM integrated applications away from your local infrastructure with Azure Functions and Logic Apps
With all applications in the Dynamics 365 space being moved to the cloud, there is an opportunity for organizations to reduce their infrastructure usage and save more money. In this session, we look at common applications that are written to integrate with Dynamics 365, Windows Services, Scheduled Tasks etc. and we talk about how the business logic can be moved to the cloud using Azure Functions and Logic Apps.
Bio: Salim Adamon is a seasoned Dynamics 365 magician. He has worked with the platform for more than 10 years. In the past few years, he has spent a lot of time working with Dynamics 365/CRM and has explored the Microsoft Azure ecosystem as a way to enrich the experience and features of CRM users. He is a 3x Dynamics 365/CRM MVP; he is a blogger regular speaker at Microsoft technologies conferences. He works at the lead solution architect for Cogia.co, and consulting firm based out of Montreal that strives to build technology solutions that make an impact on its customers, their employees and the people that they serve.