In recent days I've had a look at performance in Microsoft Flow. We all know that nested Apply to each steps are not a great idea or maybe ... Therefore I started by creating some nested apply to each steps. If you do a bad job then do at least a really bad job! I've … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – Improve your flow’s performance in a few easy steps
Today I ran a couple of tests comparing Microsoft Flow with SharePoint Designer Workflows and I found a number of interesting differences in the way the two engines work. In my tests I looked at SharePoint Designer Workflows 2013, SharePoint Designer Workflows 2010 and Microsoft Flow when creating and updating list items at high speed. I … Continue reading Microsoft Flow vs SharePoint Designer Workflows
Recently I had a few customers with performance issues and it helps to know what to expect with performance in Office 365. So first of all I started with creating an empty page in SharePoint. I used traditional pages. So no modern pages yet. I found that a blank page loads in about 2-3 seconds. … Continue reading Office 365 – SharePoint Online – Performance, what to expect?