Ever try to squeeze some additional performance out of your logic app, but get stuck on how you can do so? One option may be the SplitOn feature that exists in Azure Logic Apps that allows you to debatch an incoming message, that contains an array of records, within your trigger. By using this approach we can process each record within its own logic app instance.
Using this feature is kinda like taking a single lane highway….
and turning it into an open freeway!
I have recorded walkthrough of the SplitOn feature on YouTube. Please check it out.
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