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Power Apps backup/restore, disaster recovery & service level agreements - 365 Community

Power Apps backup/restore, disaster recovery & service level agreements

Introduction

This post provides an overview of the Power Apps service level agreements, disaster recovery, and backup/restore capabilities.

Service Level Agreements

The Service Level Agreement (SLA) for Power Apps is currently set at 99.9%, which translates to an allowed monthly downtime of 43 minutes and 28 seconds. If Microsoft does not meet these Service Levels, you may be eligible…

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Power Apps backup/restore, disaster recovery & service level agreements

This post provides an overview of the Power Apps service level agreements, disaster recovery, and backup/restore capabilities. The Service Level Agreement (SLA) for Power Apps is currently set at 99.9%, which translates to an allowed monthly downtime of 43 minutes and 28 seconds.

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Author: Jonas Wauters

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