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Microsoft Ignite 2017 on-demand sessions for PowerApps now available

We had more than a dozen sessions at Microsoft Ignite 2017 and the videos are now available for you to watch on-demand. These sessions cover a good overview of PowerApps, Microsoft Flow and Common Data Service, including the deep integration with SharePoint, real-world customer use cases and also deep dive into advanced workflows and PowerApps expressions for power users.

In the Vision Keynote, Satya Nadella painted the vision for how PowerApps, Microsoft Flow and Common Data Service extends Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365 & LinkedIn:




In the Technology Keynote, James Phillips double clicked into the Business Application Platform and also shared a great customer story with our customer Integrated Power Services (IPS) & our partner Confluent. In the same session, Ryan Cunningham demonstrated an application which is used by our customer G & J Pepsi  built using PowerApps to transform their business process.




In the General Session, Frank Weigel and Kees Hertogh explain how the Business Application Platform extends Office 365, Dynamics 365 and Azure. They shared the customer stories from NASCAR, National Trust and G & J Pepsi and showed great demos from our customers - Standard Bank and Metro Bank. They also made some announcements like custom forms for SharePoint Lists, SharePoint content approval based on Microsoft Flow, server side logic support, Model-driven apps & business process flow support for PowerApps.





In the Microsoft 365 General Session, Ron Markezich shared how Microsoft 365 unlocks creativity and empowers teamwork in the modern workplace and Jeff Teper showed some amazing demos including the deep integration of PowerApps and Microsoft Flow with SharePoint and OneDrive.





There were several other sessions at Ignite related to PowerApps, Microsoft Flow and Common Data Service (CDS), here is a quick list of them with links to the on-demand content:

Keynotes and General Sessions

PowerApps related breakouts

Microsoft Flow related breakouts

Common Data Service related breakouts

SharePoint Integration with PowerApps and Flow related breakouts

PowerApps, Microsoft Flow and CDS related breakouts

Other Interesting Sessions