Skip to main content

Simplify environment administration in the Microsoft Power Platform with new CoE Starter Kit components for Environment Management

Headshot of article author Denise Moran

When a new environment is needed as a workspace to develop a Power Platform project – and non-admins are restricted from creating environments – admins must provision the environment for such projects to facilitate development that will ultimately help the company achieve its goals. While restricting environment creation provides valuable security advantages, admins can easily become the bottleneck for project movement if there is no automation in place and the demand for new environments is high. Depending on the company, more configurations might be required to define a ‘secure’ environment. The Environment Request components in the CoE Starter Kit are designed to help simplify and automate the administration of Power Platform environments.

» Más información

August Power Apps Community Call: Performance Insights, event calendar apps and game development

Headshot of article author Charles Sterling

The August Power Apps community call we will be looking at: How the Feed your dragon game was created by Gerard Simpson, building Event Calendar Apps by Juli Reid. Varda Shrivastava will walk through how to analyze Model-driven applications performance data using Performance Insights. Power Platform Patterns and Practices updates by April Dunham with host and creator of the Power Apps community call, Power Platform MVP, Todd Baginski covering what’s new in Power Platform.

» Más información