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Real world monitoring solution for Power Automate Flows


Michael Stephenson  - Speaker

Michael Stephenson

Microsoft Azure MVP



Organizations using Power Automate with complex workflows often struggle with limited abilities to monitor flow status and get notified proactively when failures occur. To overcome such challenges, users have been opting to build custom tools, which again poses complexities in development and maintenance.  

Further problems might arise in integrations involving both Power Automate and Azure services, particularly while trying to monitor them from an application context & track the entire flow. So, we have Michael Stephenson showcasing a contemporary approach that can help you tackle such major issues.

Key Takeaways

  • Unified Monitoring for Power Automate & Azure services of an application
  • End-to-end tracking to visualize the message flow & workflow performance
  • Instant notifications on health status and resolve failures via preferred channels
  • In-built automation to quickly resolve any number of run failures

About the Speaker

Michael Stephenson is a Freelance Cloud Specialist, Architect and Coach who has worked consistently with enterprise customers delivering production workloads using Microsoft Azure since it was in preview and has 10 years of experience working with Azure. Michael has also been a Microsoft MVP since 2008 with a specialisation originally in Integration solutions and more recently in cloud solutions.

Michael has lead for the Azure adoption at a number of companies who made major investments in the Microsoft Cloud and has many years in the maturity from first steps to the cloud right through the maturity model to effective use of the cloud being a significant business differentiator.

Michael has worked in a number of industries including Finance, Healthcare, Higher Education and SME among others. His work in Higher Education was widely recognised by Microsoft and lead to him showcasing a customer case study in the keynote of the UCISA conference a few years ago.