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“Secure Your Azure Logic Apps with Restrictions: Limit Logic App Invocations to Specific Logic Apps”

Restrict Logic App (Consumption) to be invoked only by specific Logic Apps
Introduction
As cloud-based platforms continue to evolve, so does the need for more robust security measures. In this blog post, we will explore how to restrict access to Logic Apps (consumption) to be invoked only by specific Logic Apps. This is a great way to ensure that only the intended Logic Apps can access the resources you are using.What is Logic App?
Logic Apps is a cloud-based service from Microsoft that enables developers to build workflow-based applications. With Logic Apps, developers can create automated workflows for various tasks such as data processing, data integration, and event processing. Logic Apps can be used to integrate data from multiple sources and trigger actions or notifications when certain conditions are met.How to Restrict Access to Logic Apps (Consumption)
In order to restrict Logic Apps (consumption) to be invoked only by specific Logic Apps, we must first define what type of access we want to restrict. This can be done by defining a set of policies that will determine which Logic Apps have access to the resources.Defining Access Control Policies
Once we have determined which Logic Apps will have access to our resources, we can begin defining the access control policies. Access control policies can be defined for both incoming and outgoing requests. For incoming requests, we can specify which Logic Apps are allowed to access the resources, and for outgoing requests, we can specify which Logic Apps are allowed to invoke the resource.Implementing Access Control Policies
Once the access control policies have been defined, we can then implement them using the Azure portal. To do this, we can navigate to the Logic Apps section of the portal and select the “Access Control” option. Here, we can specify the access control policies we have defined, as well as any other additional parameters we wish to apply.Conclusion
Restricting access to Logic Apps (consumption) to be invoked only by specific Logic Apps is a great way to ensure that only the intended Logic Apps have access to the resources you are using. By implementing access control policies, you can easily ensure that only the intended Logic Apps have access to the resources.This blog post has explored how to restrict access to Logic Apps (consumption) to be invoked only by specific Logic Apps. We have discussed what Logic Apps are, how to define access control policies, and how to implement them using the Azure portal. By following these steps, you can ensure that only the intended Logic Apps have access to the resources.
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