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What do you know about Azure Common Data Services? Today I’d like to talk about this product for apps which was recently re-done by Microsoft to expand upon the product’s vision. Common Data Services is an Azure-based business application platform that enables you to easily build and extend applications with your customer’s business data.
Common Data Services helps you bring together your data from across the Dynamics 365 Suite (CRM, AX, Nav, GP) and use this common data service to more easily extract data rather than having to get into the core of those applications. It also allows you to focus on building and delivering the apps that you want and insights and process automation that will help you run more efficiently. Plus it integrates nicely with PowerApps, Power BI and Microsoft Flow.
Some other key things:
I don’t think of this as a replacement for Azure SQL DW or DB but it does give you the capability to have table-based data in the cloud that has some nice hooks into the Dynamics 365 space, as well as outputting to PowerApps and Power BI.
If you’d like to learn more about Common Data Services or any Azure product or topic, click the link below or contact us—we are your best resource and we’re here to help.
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