Speaker: Shane Young |
You probably know one, you might know them all, but do you know how they best work together? In this session, you will learn about how the three work together to help you build great solutions. The session will be demo heavy so come prepared to see the products in action. Topics to be discussed include: How to choose when they all do the same thing Real world use cases we are seeing Some of the quirks of the trio Discussion of some of the other data sources that may come up How you can also incorporate your on-prem SharePoint
Speaker: Michael Ochs |
In this session we demonstrate how you can leverage custom connectors that don’t just connect to other systems, but can add functionality to Flow itself. We’ll leverage Azure Functions to implement specific requirements not met by out-of-the-box flow actions and conditions to create what we’ve dubbed as Custom Flow Plugins.
Speaker: Jim Novak |
Dynamics CRM and SharePoint are complementary systems, each offering their own set of data management capabilities, and for years, Dynamics CRM has offered out of the box integration with SharePoint. What if your requirements extend beyond out of the box capabilities and you need to deploy some custom code to meet your customer demands? One option (out of many!) for extending integration between the two systems is to use Azure Function Apps. In this session we will discuss the Dynamics CRM and SharePoint integration, Azure Function Apps, and look at a quick demo of how these technologies work together.