Microsoft Flow adds support for Azure Data Lake, Bitbucket, Eventbrite and more

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Microsoft Flow team today announced that they have added support for five new services: Azure Data Lake, Bitbucket, Eventbrite, Infusionsoft and Pipedrive. Azure Data Lake allows you to read and add data to an Azure Data Lake account. Eventbrite has triggers on when events or created or when someone orders a ticket for an event.

Microsoft Flow already supports interacting with custom, unauthenticated HTTP endpoints, and now you can set up calls to authenticated HTTP endpoints as well. They have added a new data operation called Parse JSON. This action takes:

  1. The content you want to parse
  2. A JSON schema to parse the content against

Previously, you could only see succeeded or failed runs when you selected a flow and looked at its history. Now, they have added additional options for filtering the runs of your flow.

More about the topics: Azure Data Lake, Bitbucket, Eventbrite, Infusionsoft, Microsoft Flow, Pipedrive