<div class=""><main class="content"><nav class="topbar topbar-light"><div class="topbar-logo"><a class="topbar-logo-link" href="/"><img class="topbar-logo-image" src="https://cdn.develop.cadenzasoft.com/electric/images/logo.svg"></a></div><nav class="topbar-menu"><button class="topbar-toggle">Menu</button><ul class="topbar-list"><li class="topbar-item"><a class="topbar-link " href="/" target="undefined"><span>Home</span></a></li><li class="topbar-item"><a class="topbar-link " href="/what-we-deliver" target="undefined"><span>What We Deliver</span></a></li><li class="topbar-item"><a class="topbar-link " href="/why-cadenza" target="undefined"><span>Why Cadenza</span></a></li><li class="topbar-item"><a class="topbar-link " href="/clients" target="undefined"><span>Clients</span></a></li><li class="topbar-item"><a class="btn btn-accent btn-sm" href="/" target="undefined">Talk to us</a></li></ul></nav></nav><div class="blog"><div class="posts-list posts-list-all"><div class="container"><article class="post-item container-blog"><a class="post-item__link" href="/blog/sharepoint-online-pnp-powershell-provisioning-using-flow-and-azure-automation/"><small>By Thomas Berman <span>| February 5, 2019</span></small><h4 class="post-item__title">SharePoint Online PnP PowerShell Provisioning using Flow and Azure Automation</h4><p>Modern SharePoint gives us a number of options for using the PnP Provisioning Engine. One of the most common is to trigger a Microsoft Flow which triggers a resource in Azure (in our case an Automation Runbook) which then applies a PnP Provisioning Template. With the introduction of site designs and site scripts, we have a number of ways to trigger Flows in provisioning scenarios.</p></a></article></div></div></div></main></div>