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Run Parallel in Logic App

Vikas Vashisth
Vikas Vashisth
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Hello and Welcome to the series of Logic Apps which helps to do automation on the cloud using the Logic App workflow.

In this blog, we are going to learn how to run parallel actions in the logic app which helps to perform multiple operations at the same time.

With the functionality of using parallel branches in the Logic App workflow, we can perform multiple operations which saves time and also the consumption level of an app.

Steps to run parallel in logic app

Firstly, we will create a new Logic App workflow, as from the previous blog of this series you will know, how to create a logic app workflow by clicking on our given links in the reference section.

  • Create the template to perform the parallel branch operation as we can see in this visual first, we used GitHub trigger and GitHub PR action in the initial step.

  • Here we have selected “compose” for the output in action in the workflow :

  • Here, we are adding the parallel branch step within the current action which allows us to make execution faster :

  • Added the parallel execution action with the same trigger action :

  • Here is the designer workflow of the Logic App Workflow :

  • After executing the GitHub PR trigger from Github, the logic app workflow gets executed and
    the whole workflow has been executed successfully.


In this blog, we learnt about the parallel execution in the Logic App Designer through which we can

have multiple executions at the same time with less time consumption.


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Vikas Vashisth

Vikas Vashisth

Vikas Vashisth is working as a Sr.DevOps Engineer at Knoldus | Part of Nashtech with having more than multiple years of experience in the field of continuous integration and delivery, infrastructure automation, and containerization enables me to build scalable, reliable, and highly available environments. I am proficient in tools such as Docker, Kubernetes, Jenkins, Ansible, and Terraform, and have experience working with cloud platforms such as AWS, GCP, and Azure.

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