Learn to use Azure Logic Apps to run scheduled tasks on Heroku at minimum cost. Many times, your application needs to run tasks or jobs on regular intervals. Scheduling might be necessary when polling an API every night, or dispatching emails with reports each week.
Many times, your application needs to run tasks or jobs on regular intervals. Scheduling might be necessary when polling an API every night, or dispatching emails with reports each week. And sometimes you may find that you need to trigger a host of tasks across multi- or hybrid-cloud and need a way to run these tasks in a reliable, cross-cloud manner.
In this article, let’s look at one way to do that using a Heroku dyno for our task, and Microsoft Azure Logic Apps as our scheduler service. The scheduler in Logic Apps allows for triggering workflows that include services across clouds and on-premises, paving the way for easy administration and observability of many disparate tasks. Functionally, the scheduler not only lets you specify simple recurrence rules (such as every minute), but also complex ones (such as every 15 minutes during work hours).
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