As part of our third party certification process, we review your connector before publishing. By certifying a connector, it becomes available to all users of Microsoft Flow, PowerApps, and Logic Apps. Following are the criteria and steps for certification.

Criteria

Capability Details Required or Recommended
Software as a Service (SaaS) app for business Business user scenario that fits well with Microsoft Flow, PowerApps, and Logic Apps Required
Authentication Type Your API must support OAuth2, API key, or Basic authentication Required
Support You must provide a support contact where customers can find help Required
Availability / Uptime Your app should have an uptime of at least 99.9% Recommended

Submitting your connector

Certify your connector for Microsoft Flow, PowerApps, and Logic Apps in three simple steps:

  1. Nomination

    • Submit a nomination
    • You will receive a mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement and Partner Agreement. The signed contracts are required in order to proceed.
    • We'll check if your app meets the criteria. Once approved, we'll notify you along with instructions for onboarding.
  2. Review

    Submit the following information to your nomination contact for review:

    • OpenAPI file that describes your API
    • icon.png file (~160px logo inside a 230px square, white on a colored background is preferred)
    • Brand color in hex (matching the colored background in the icon file)
    • A test account for validation
    • A support contact

    If additional information is required, we'll contact you with more details.

  3. Publishing

    After we validate connector functionality and content, we will stage the connector for deployment across all products and regions.

    By default, all connectors are published as "premium". If your app is built on Azure, you can apply to have your connector listed as a “standard” connector available to all users of Office 365 Enterprise plans. Ask your nomination contact for more details.