Operationalization includes all tasks that occur after principle flow development has completed. After you have your flow working and delivering useful data, operationalization can include:
- Scheduling. For more information, see Schedule a Job.
- SQL scripting. Before or after job execution, you can configure your job to execute a specified SQL script. For more information, see Create Output SQL Scripts.
- Macros. You can build reusable sets of recipe steps, which can be used in other flows and workspaces for consistency. See Create or Replace Macro.
- Flow Webhooks. After a flow has executed, you can configure a webhook task to deliver messages about the flow execution to other systems. See below.
- Plans. A plan is a sequence of tasks that can be executed based on logic and can be scheduled. See below.
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