The changes in how Microsoft positions the various products in its portfolio are a common source of confusion and misunderstanding on Power Apps licensing. This blog post will examine the impact that the rise of Power Platform has had on the surrounding product offerings of Office 365 and Dynamics 365.
The Business Applications 2020 Release Wave 1 is here – and so is the first ever webinar for Team Forward Forever. Come and join us on Monday, April 6th!
After nearly two decades of trying to bring Microsoft’s ERP and CRM systems closer together, there is now finally a standard mechanism for moving data in near real-time between Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations apps and Common Data Service. What does having ERP data available in CDS mean for business applications customization and new app experiences?
10 questions and answers that you may have when approaching the Common Data Service as an app maker that doesn’t come from a Dynamics XRM background: connectors, solutions, security.
Microsoft doesn’t provide a single page from where to look up the prices for each of the license types for various products included under the Power Platform umbrella. Since this information is spread out and offered in various different formats, I decided to create a landing page with the core price info as well as links to documentation that’s been the source of this pricing information.
The annual TechDays event offers a window into the broad Microsoft ecosystem. In addition to pure Power Platform topics, I also explored interesting sessions covering products like Synapse Analytics, Microsoft Teams and of course plenty of Azure – to understand how it all ties together.