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Microsoft Power Platform Enterprise Architecture

By : Robert Rybaric
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Microsoft Power Platform Enterprise Architecture

By: Robert Rybaric

Overview of this book

For forward-looking architects and decision makers who want to craft complex solutions to serve growing business needs, Microsoft Power Platform Enterprise Architecture offers an array of architectural best practices and techniques. With this book, you’ll learn how to design robust software using the tools available in the Power Platform suite and be able to integrate them seamlessly with various Microsoft 365 and Azure components. Unlike most other resources that are overwhelmingly long and unstructured, this book covers essential concepts using concise yet practical examples to help you save time. You’ll develop the skills you need to architect, design, and manage a complex solution as you follow the journey of a fictitious enterprise customer as they enter the world of Power Platform. Throughout the book, you’ll discover how to combine the functionality of Power Apps, Power Automate, Power BI, and Power Virtual Agents with various methodologies to effectively address application lifecycle management, security, and extensibility. Finally, you'll learn how to overcome common challenges in migrating data to and from Microsoft Power Platform using proven techniques. By the end of this book, you’ll have the strategic perspective of an enterprise architect to make accurate architectural decisions for your complex Power Platform projects.
Table of Contents (15 chapters)
Section 1: The Basics
Section 2: The Architecture
Section 3: Implementation

Section 1: The Basics

This section will familiarize you with the basics of Microsoft Power Platform. After completing this part, you will have a full understanding of the structure and purpose of the Microsoft Power Platform and the Microsoft Dynamics 365 ecosystem, as well as the two other Microsoft clouds – Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Azure, – since a typical enterprise Power Platform solution is often successfully combined with the strengths and capabilities of the other two Microsoft clouds.

This section comprises the following chapters:

Chapter 1, Microsoft Power Platform and Microsoft Dynamics 365 Overview

Chapter 2, Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Azure Overview