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Headshot of article author Kartik Kanakasabesan (HE/HIM)

We are glad to announce the release of our final 2022 deliverable, the November update for Power Platform CLI, Azure DevOps, and GitHub actions. Once again, this month’s update has some great new features available, and I am happy to share them with you. Support for Managed Identities in Azure DevOps This has by far…

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Headshot of article author Kartik Kanakasabesan (HE/HIM)

We have had a lot of requests to clarify best practices for using Power Platform Build Tools (PP.BT) for Azure DevOps and are delighted to share more about this in our post below. Username and password versus Service Principal When using Azure DevOps, the Power Platform Build Tools provides you options to either create service…

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Headshot of article author Lane Swenka

Power Platform API acts as a gateway or a single API surface that harmonizes the internal APIs from feature areas of the platform.  This results in a single endpoint (ex. api.powerplatform.com) for customers to use along with a unified set of Permissions and claims that can be requested from Azure Active Directory.

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