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Announcing data source environment variables

Today we’re excited to announce a vast new set of capabilities that provide enterprise grade application lifecycle management for the data sources used within canvas apps and cloud flows. Environment variables are now natively built into authoring experiences across canvas apps and flows as well as solution and solution import experiences. We’ve also added several new API’s to simplify working with environment variables in code and within automated ALM pipelines. 

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Key ALM updates

This blog will cover several recent improvements for application and environment lifecycle management as well as a glimpse into our ALM roadmap. If you haven’t already, now is the time to adopt solutions and an ALM strategy!

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Manage Microsoft Dataverse for Teams environments

Microsoft Dataverse for Teams empowers users to build custom apps, bots, and flows in Teams. When a team owner adds this capability to their team, a Power Platform environment with a Microsoft Dataverse for Teams database is created and linked to their team. With limited capacity of Dataverse for Teams environments available per tenant, learn more about how to effectively engage with new makers and ensure that Dataverse for Teams capacity is used effectively in the tenant and distributed to the most valuable business use cases.

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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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