How to manage and govern Power Apps and Power Automate?

In this post I highlight the updated Microsoft whitepaper regarding the administration and governance of Microsoft Power Apps and Power Automate. It very extensiv with its 117 pages and covers topics from platform architecture to security and even user adoption (alias “Educate and Support”).

In my opinion, Microsoft’s Business Application Platform has become a very rich and incredibly valuable toolbox to empower people to do what they need in a more efficient and digital way as before. And all within the Microsoft 365 stack but extensible via interfaces/connectors/gateways to integrated with other external elements as needed.

  • Power BI to visualize data
  • Power Apps to build apps with no or low code
  • Power Automate to create rich digital workflows
  • Power Virtual Agents to build chat bots for customer dialog and interaction
Microsoft PowerBI – Source: https://powerplatform.microsoft.com/
Microsoft Power Virtual Agents – Source: https://powerplatform.microsoft.com/

Due to the fact that the Business Application Platform has grown and provides so many features it needs to be administrated, managed and governed as other services, too.

The whitepaper goes guides you through the following topics:

  • Platform Overview
  • Platform Architecture
  • Platform Security
  • Platform Monitoring
  • Platform Alerts and Actions
  • Platform Deployment
  • Eduation and Support (Adoption)

Microsoft keeps on updating the document from time to time and of course the features. That’s why you should stay tuned and follow the Business Application Platform blogs.

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