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Best Practices for Designing Recipes – I

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Recipes can be used to automate business processes, and respond to events in real-time. They also move large volumes of data on a specific schedule, surface bot applications in Slack and Teams, and more. Join this Product Hour to learn the best practices for designing recipes for different usage patterns.

What will you learn? 

You will learn:

Choosing the right trigger/actions 
Optimizing for performance
Developing standards and reusability
Designing for idempotency
Documentation for maintainability

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Best practices for Designing Recipes – I

With Workato recipes, you can do many things. For example, Automate business processes and respond to events in real-time. Move large volumes of data on a specific schedule. Surface bot applications in Slack and Teams, and more.

Best practices for Designing Recipes – I

With Workato recipes, you can do many things. For example, Automate business processes and respond to events in real-time. Move large volumes of data on a specific schedule. Surface bot applications in Slack and Teams, and more.

Best practices for Designing Recipes – I

With Workato recipes, you can do many things. For example, Automate business processes and respond to events in real-time. Move large volumes of data on a specific schedule. Surface bot applications in Slack and Teams, and more.

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