Time is almost up! Upgrade your Azure Logic Apps Integration Service Environment workloads

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Calling all Azure Logic Apps Integration Service Environment users! As we near the August 31, 2024, deadline, it has become imperative for you to complete your upgrade from Integration Service Environments (ISE) to Logic Apps Standard. After that date, your currently deployed ISE instances will no longer be supported, and service will be disrupted. We understand, however, that this migration may cause some disruption to your existing systems—that’s why we're committed to making this transition as smooth and secure as possible for our valued customers.


Find more about the many benefits of upgrading to Logic Apps Standard and explore the tools and resources available from Microsoft to help you expedite your upgrade. Our commitment goes beyond providing these resources – our support team is here to assist you throughout the migration process. Let's work together to ensure your workloads continue to run flawlessly on Azure Logic Apps Standard.


Experience the power of Logic Apps Standard  

After August 31st, 2024, access to deployed Azure Logic Apps Integration Service Environments will be terminated, meaning any workflows currently running on these ISEs will cease execution, all historical data associated with these workflows will be permanently deleted, and any integration accounts linked to the retired ISEs will be removed.


To ensure your integration solutions continue to function smoothly, we strongly encourage you to prioritize migrating to Logic Apps Standard before the deadline. Logic Apps Standard is more than just an upgrade — it's a leap forward. By upgrading your workloads from Integration Service Environment you’ll enjoy these exciting new features:   

  • Align enterprise-level workflows with the broader application PaaS ecosystem, leveraging improvements in the ecosystem.  
  • Cost optimizations get a timely remedy - the granular and elastic scaling, both help in dynamically adapting cost with load changes.  
  • Cloud-native development advancements - local development, debugging, enhanced support for source controls - helping you achieve better ROI. 
  • Seamless extensibility, with support for code extensions to be executed natively within logic apps workflows - minimizing your footprint and taking the most out of your compute. 
  • Automated deployment and code logic decoupled from infra deployment are instrumental in accelerating value to customers, including support for mission critical applications with zero-downtime deployment options. 
  • Support for network isolation and access to on-premises resources is available natively in Logic Apps Standard. 

With Logic Apps Standard, you get all this and more with built-in connectors for connector execution isolation, like ISE connectors.


Start your upgrade today with our migration tool 

We’ve worked hard to make migrating your workflows to Logic Apps Standard as worry free as possible. The "Export to Logic Apps Standard" tool, now generally available in the Visual Studio Code extension, simplifies exporting and organizing workflows into a Logic Apps Standard project. You can then leverage the power of Visual Studio Code for local updates, testing, and debugging before redeploying directly or integrating seamlessly into your DevOps processes.


Migrating unlocks valuable features like native networking, enterprise connectors, improved performance, and freedom from throttling limits. Learn more with these detailed instructions and empower your workflows with the full potential of Logic Apps Standard!


Need extra support? Azure experts are here to help   

We understand that migration can seem daunting, but we're here to help! Other users have found useful our recent Learn Live session, hosted by Azure experts, for demystifying the process of migrating an Integration Service Environment to Logic Apps Standard. The session provides an overview of the process, the recommended migration tools, how to organize and export logic apps, and insights into running, testing, and debugging locally. 


For any questions you might have during your migration, we have an FAQ page and a dedicated thread you can reference. You can also reach out to Azure support for assistance or solutions. Let's work together to ensure a seamless transition and keep your integration solutions running flawlessly.   

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