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Power Platform licensing, November 2021 updates
Updates to Power Apps licensing model from Ignite 2021 (Nov), including the pay-as-you-go model for apps and capacity.
First impressions on Power Platform 2020 Release Wave 2
The low-code platform from Microsoft is becoming an increasingly mature foundation for business apps of all shapes and sizes, based on this latest roadmap. Uniting citizen dev & pro dev tools and offering pahts from Power Platform tools to Azure is a common theme in 2020 Wave 2.
Why Power Platform licensing is complex, part 2: multiplexing
The low-code tools are making it easier than ever to have data flowing between different systems and presented in a custom UI that may bypass the original enterprise applications altogether. However, this does not free you from the requirement of having a license for these systems. Welcome to the world of multiplexing.
Time to go Forward with 2020 Wave 1 (webinar)
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!
Price points of Power Platform (2022 pricing and licenses)
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.
Highlights from TechDays Finland 2020
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.
First impressions on Power Platform 2020 Release Wave 1
On Jan 27th Microsoft published their plans for the upcoming 2020 Release Wave 1. We have a lot to digest once again, so here are my top picks from the Power Platform side of Microsoft Business Applications. If you don’t have time to read through 100+ pages, then maybe you should start checking out these features and work your way through the rest.