Friday, December 8, 2017

Automate your Business flows with On-premises Data using Microsoft Flow

Automate your Business flows with On-premises Data using Microsoft Flow




Microsoft Flow is a Cloud service yet it allows you to connect your business data to automate the process.

When it comes to Could Data services you can use existing database connectors to fetch and manipulate data.

These are the available connectors for the moment, but it covers pretty market leaders


But when it comes to real business you might have your own database cluster connects with multiple applications and you also wants to connect to Microsoft Flow.

In this case you might need a Data Gateway to be installed.

Gateway is a middle man who’s talking care of data flow between cloud and your premises.

Microdot On-Premises gateway is a one option you may need to consider, but it comes with following concerns and practices.

Minimum Requirements:
·         .NET 4.6 Framework
·         64-bit version of Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 R2 (or later)
Recommended:
·         8 Core CPU
·         8 GB Memory
·         64-bit version of Windows 2012 R2 (or later)
Keep in Mind:
·         The gateway cannot be installed on a domain controller
·         Should be always on

How to Install Data Gateway

Go to Microsoft Flow and Click on Gateways to download the Gateway.


Then you can see three options where you need to select the On-Premises Data Gateway.
 


Installation will be start in a while.


Once it is downloaded usually it is asking for a restart.







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