Let’s learn about the recent updates to Power Automate and how you can run big unattended automation jobs across multiple VMs dynamically at scale with the new Azure Virtual Desktop integration starter kit.
In this video, Ashvini Sharma, from the Power Automate engineering team, joins host Jeremy Chapman to share recent updates to Power Automate such as the addition of dynamically, scalable unattended RPA. Power Automate flows can run in a virtual machine using an automation account, and that VM doesn’t need to be constantly running. It can wake up, run your automation, and then stop on a schedule.
Use the Azure Virtual Desktop integration starter kit to run large-scale automations and scale out the number of virtual machines to distribute your flows across multiple computers. Once the automation is complete, it can shut down your VMs, so you don’t have to pay for idle compute.
00:00 – Introduction
02:08 – How to build and scale out automation
05:00 – Directly parse information to a PDF doc
06:11 – Unattended RPA
08:18 – Scaling strategy with Azure Virtual Desktop
11:00 – Wrap up