Logic Apps are great but exposing them as publicly available HTTP service is clearly far from perfect. This session shows how to solve this challenge by using in-build offering or API Management service which be used to secure Logic Apps HTTP endpoint with Ocp-Apim-Subscription-Keys or the other ways.
If your logic app uses a request-based trigger, which receives incoming calls or requests, such as the Request or Webhook trigger, you can limit access so that only authorized clients can call your logic app, this session will be very useful to plan and execute security Implementation in your Logic Apps endpoints.
So don't miss it and plan some time to attend this learning.
08:00 - 09:00
Dynamics 365 CE, Logic App/Flow, Power BI, Portals