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Gain deep insights into your Power Platform adoption with the CoE Starter Kit

The Center of Excellence (CoE) Starter Kit is a set of templates that are designed to help get started with developing a strategy for adopting, maintaining and supporting the Power Platform, with a focus on Power Apps and Power Automate. A core part of the CoE Starter Kit is a Power BI Dashboard that provides you with a holistic view with visualizations and insights into resources in your tenant: environments, apps, flows, connectors, connection references, makers and audit logs. In this post, discover what’s new and what you can learn from the dashboard.

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New Data Loss Prevention capabilities in public preview

Power Platform Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies now support following new features in Public Preview –  Powerful Controls : Ability to block connectors in addition to existing ability to classify connectors as ‘Business’ or ‘Non-business’  Intuitive UX : Ability to configure DLP Policies using Power Platform Admin Center (PPAC) UX Strong Fundamentals : Ability to classify HTTP connectors using PPAC UX 

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Exporting CDS data to Azure Data Lake is Generally Available

Preview announcement for Export to data lake service. The Export to data lake service enables continuous replication of Common Data Service entity data to Azure data lake which can then be used to run analytics such as Power BI reporting, ML, data warehousing or other downstream integration purposes. It simplifies the technical and administrative complexity of operationalizing entities for analytics and managing schema and data. Within a matter of minutes, customers will be able to link their Common Data Service environment to a data lake in their Azure subscription, select standard or customer entities and export it to data lake. Any data or metadata changes (initial and incremental) in the Common Data Service is automatically pushed to the Azure data lake without any additional actions.

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Establishing an Environment Strategy for Microsoft Power Platform

Environments are containers that administrators can use to manage apps, flows, connections, and other assets; along with permissions to allow organization users to use the resources. The purpose of this article is to walk through important details about environments in the Power Platform and discuss recommended ways to benefit from proactively managing them.

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