Flows can now be part of classic solutions, which means the import dialog process will ask for connection mappings (if not already mapped).
As an ISV for enterprise deployment tools, we handle many different scenarios, but for most small D365 deployments, basic code can also do the job.
In this webinar, we provide a quickstart guide on how to implement CI/CD for Power Automate Flows.
0:00 – Intro
1:14 – Agenda
1:58 – About speaker
2:25 – About Kupp software
3:15 – Why Automated Deployment?
4:28 – Session focus
6:16 – Components Overview
16:47 – Our approach for the deployment pipeline
18:46 – Basic Use Cases
22:17 – Common Troubleshooting cases
25:31 – Live Demo
29:00 – Real-world Outlook
32:05 – Feedback needed
32:29 – Q&A
Our blog about Azure Pipeline for Power Automate Flows:
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