Released version 20190318
Version 20190318 for Power Automate portal is now available in all regions. This article describes the updates, including the new features, and the fixes to existing functionality, which are included in this update. This version was first made available in preview on March 21, 2019, and completed worldwide rollout on March 29, 2019.
Gateway cluster management
You can create high availability clusters of On-premises data gateway installations, to ensure your organization can access on-premises data resources used in Microsoft Flow and PowerApps. Such clusters allow you to group gateways to avoid single points of failure in accessing on-premises data resources. Flow or PowerApps by default uses the primary gateway in the cluster, unless it’s not available. In that case, the service switches to the next gateway in the cluster, and so on.
Once you have set up a Gateway cluster you can now choose to allow traffic to be distributed across all gateways in a cluster. Select Gateways under the Data section in the Flow portal. Notice that the Gateway experience is now embedded directly in the Microsoft Flow portal, instead of taking you to PowerApps. Once you select a gateway, you can enable the option to Distribute requests across all active gateways in this cluster.
Microsoft Flow is now embedded in Azure IoT Central
You can now build workflows using your favorite connectors directly within Azure IoT Central. For example, you can build a temperature alert rule that triggers a flow to send push notifications and SMS all in one place within IoT Central. You can also test and share the workflow, see the run history, and manage all workflows attached to that rule.
With the updated Azure IoT Central connector, you can now build flows that can send commands on an IoT device and get device information like the name, properties, and settings values. You can also now build a flow to tell an IoT device to reboot from a mobile app, and display the device’s temperature setting and location property in a mobile app. Go here to read more about this new integration between Microsoft Flow and Azure IoT central.
Fixes and improvements
No specific fixes or improvements have been publicly disclosed as a part of this released version