Microsoft Power Platform

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Additional relational database capacity for Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Apps, PowerApps and any application that utilizes Microsoft’s Common Data Service for Apps. Each unit increases available tenant wide shared capacity by 1 GB
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Microsoft Power Platform

 

The ‘Power Platform’ is a collective term for three Microsoft products: Power BI, PowerApps and Power Automate (previously known as Flow). They provide the means to help people easily manipulate, surface, automate and analyse data and can be used with Office 365 and Dynamics 365 (as well as other third-party apps and other Microsoft services).

 

With Microsoft Power Platform you can give everyone the power to innovate

  • Analyze

Discover intelligent insights in diverse data.

Explore Power BI 

  • Act

Build low-code solutions to business challenges.

Explore Power Apps 

  • Automate

Streamline processes with no-code automation.

Explore Power Automate 

  • Assist

Handle routine inquiries at scale with no-code chatbots.

Explore Power Virtual Agents 

 

Why choose Microsoft Power Platform?

Because it offers the only set of low-code tools your teams need to stay agile and build solutions that move your business forward. Microsoft Power Platform is built from the ground up to work together with strong security, management, and compliance—plus room to grow.

 

Connected tools

No other low-code platform offers the ability to work so easily together—and with Microsoft cloud services, hundreds of business applications, and other data sources using connectors.

Explore connectors 

Security and compliance

All Microsoft Power Platform tools are built on Azure, so each inherits the same enterprise-grade security, certifications, and administrative controls trusted by businesses around the world.

Learn more 

Limitless possibilities

With built-in connectivity to services like GitHub and AI Builder, professional developers are able to easily switch between tools while building applications that span a full range of complex requirements as your needs grow.

Learn more 

 

Microsoft Power Platform adoption best practices provides proven guidance that's designed to help you create and implement the business and technology strategies necessary for your organization to succeed with Microsoft Power Platform. This guidance provides best practices, documentation, and tools that architects, IT pros, and business decision makers need to successfully achieve short-term and long-term objectives.

By using Microsoft Power Platform adoption best practices, organizations can better align their business and technical strategies to ensure success.

These Microsoft Power Platform adoption best practices will help establish "digital guardrails" for the platform within an enterprise. That way, professional and citizen developers can build solutions with the confidence that what they build will be managed, secured, and otherwise looked after in a compliant way, following best practices. A key objective is creating an environment—both technically and culturally speaking—in which your users can thrive.

Microsoft Power Platform adoption best practices are a collection of documentation, guidance, best practices, and templates that are proven to accelerate your Microsoft Power Platform adoption journey. They provide tools, guidance, and narratives that help shape technology, business, and people strategies for driving desired business outcomes during your adoption effort.

This guidance aligns to the following buckets and responsibilities of your adoption.

Microsoft Power Platform

 

The ‘Power Platform’ is a collective term for three Microsoft products: Power BI, PowerApps and Power Automate (previously known as Flow). They provide the means to help people easily manipulate, surface, automate and analyse data and can be used with Office 365 and Dynamics 365 (as well as other third-party apps and other Microsoft services).

 

With Microsoft Power Platform you can give everyone the power to innovate

  • Analyze

Discover intelligent insights in diverse data.

Explore Power BI 

  • Act

Build low-code solutions to business challenges.

Explore Power Apps 

  • Automate

Streamline processes with no-code automation.

Explore Power Automate 

  • Assist

Handle routine inquiries at scale with no-code chatbots.

Explore Power Virtual Agents 

 

Why choose Microsoft Power Platform?

Because it offers the only set of low-code tools your teams need to stay agile and build solutions that move your business forward. Microsoft Power Platform is built from the ground up to work together with strong security, management, and compliance—plus room to grow.

 

Connected tools

No other low-code platform offers the ability to work so easily together—and with Microsoft cloud services, hundreds of business applications, and other data sources using connectors.

Explore connectors 

Security and compliance

All Microsoft Power Platform tools are built on Azure, so each inherits the same enterprise-grade security, certifications, and administrative controls trusted by businesses around the world.

Learn more 

Limitless possibilities

With built-in connectivity to services like GitHub and AI Builder, professional developers are able to easily switch between tools while building applications that span a full range of complex requirements as your needs grow.

Learn more 

 

Microsoft Power Platform adoption best practices provides proven guidance that's designed to help you create and implement the business and technology strategies necessary for your organization to succeed with Microsoft Power Platform. This guidance provides best practices, documentation, and tools that architects, IT pros, and business decision makers need to successfully achieve short-term and long-term objectives.

By using Microsoft Power Platform adoption best practices, organizations can better align their business and technical strategies to ensure success.

These Microsoft Power Platform adoption best practices will help establish "digital guardrails" for the platform within an enterprise. That way, professional and citizen developers can build solutions with the confidence that what they build will be managed, secured, and otherwise looked after in a compliant way, following best practices. A key objective is creating an environment—both technically and culturally speaking—in which your users can thrive.

Microsoft Power Platform adoption best practices are a collection of documentation, guidance, best practices, and templates that are proven to accelerate your Microsoft Power Platform adoption journey. They provide tools, guidance, and narratives that help shape technology, business, and people strategies for driving desired business outcomes during your adoption effort.

This guidance aligns to the following buckets and responsibilities of your adoption.

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Strategy and vision: Define roles, responsibilities and expected outcomes of adoption.

Admin and governance: Implement digital guardrails for your makers to create with confidence.

Nurture and educate: Accelerate your adoption with a thriving internal community.

Related resources

Microsoft Power Platform admin guide
Power Apps guidance documentation
Power Apps documentation
Power Automate documentation

Available tools

Today, three programmability tools are available for administrators. These increase in complexity and flexibility. Over time, more first-party libraries will become available in various programming languages. To keep up with the latest updates, review the release plans.

Power Platform for admins management connectors

Connectors are the easiest to get started if you are new to automation. With a graphical workflow editor based on Power Automate, these allow admins to quickly get a routine task implemented. For more information, see Get started with Power Platform for admins management connectors.

PowerShell cmdlets

PowerShell is a common automation tool at organizations worldwide. For more information, see Get started with PowerShell for Power Platform administrators.

Power Platform API

The most advanced tool available, it has full parity with what is possible in the Power Platform admin center. For more information, see Get started with Power Platform API.

 

 

   
   
   
   

Related resources

Microsoft Power Platform admin guide
Power Apps guidance documentation
Power Apps documentation
Power Automate documentation

Available tools

Today, three programmability tools are available for administrators. These increase in complexity and flexibility. Over time, more first-party libraries will become available in various programming languages. To keep up with the latest updates, review the release plans.

Power Platform for admins management connectors

Connectors are the easiest to get started if you are new to automation. With a graphical workflow editor based on Power Automate, these allow admins to quickly get a routine task implemented. For more information, see Get started with Power Platform for admins management connectors.

PowerShell cmdlets

PowerShell is a common automation tool at organizations worldwide. For more information, see Get started with PowerShell for Power Platform administrators.

Power Platform API

The most advanced tool available, it has full parity with what is possible in the Power Platform admin center. For more information, see Get started with Power Platform API.

 

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