Webinar 2/6: Advanced | Flow With Microsoft Graph API by Ashish Trivedi
Microsoft Flow enables us to build a business process quickly. The built in connectors and actions provided require building blocks. On the other hand, Microsoft Graph API provides all the information and intelligence from Office 365.
When you are building a Flow and need any info within Office 365, you can always rely on Graphi API.
In this session, we will discuss what is Graph API and how it provides information and intelligence from Office 365. We will also discuss what are the stephs to include Graph API in any Microsoft Flow. Once that is set up, we will investigate more on the information and intelligence side of Graphi API and build intelligent flows. We will also verify if we have any other technology elements to make it possible.
When: Tuesday 2/6/2018 @ 10:00AM PST
About Ashish Trivedi:
Ashish has more than 10 years of hands-on experience with Office 365 + SharePoint and related technologies.
He has been involved in the enterprise applications design and development processes and drives the end user requirements to meet the solutions using technology.
He is capable of handling end to end engagements through different phases as pre-sales, solution design, planning development activities, customer expectations with technology solutions, proof of concepts, submitting proposals, project planning, leading the team to develop and deliver solutions on time with zero defects.
Being a trusted consultant, he advises each of his customers to follow the recommended and best practices in technology and business domain solutions.
He has hands-on practical experience on implementing Six-Sigma (DMAIC) and ITIL process and manage projects using Agile/prototype development.
Expertise Skills – Solution architecture using Cloud technologies, Legaxy system migrations to SharePoint, Application reverse-engineering
Primary Technology – SharePoint (on-premises/Online)
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