The Common Data Service is a foundational element of Power Platform, yet it isn’t an actual software product that would be sold directly on a per user basis. The history as well as the future of CDS make it a complex part of the licensing puzzle for customers – and Microsoft.
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Three months ago I set myself a goal to publish a 4-part series on the many mysteries around Power Platform licensing models. I’ve been known to write blog posts that are a bit on the long side and sometimes it surprises myself when after announcing the new article on LinkedIn I see a “20 minute read” info tag added alongside what I though was just a quick exploration into a topic.
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