Power Apps & Power Automate

In this Webinar, Joshua Trupin discusses what organizations must do to keep Power Platform from outpacing their ability to manage it.

Directions on Microsoft analyst Joshua Trupin joins Mary-Jo Foley to discuss some of the licensing traps and complexities that every company needs to know about before adopting Power Platform.

Newly clarified licensing rules could mean that Power Automate licenses are needed in additional scenarios.

Screen shot shows a simple Power Automate flow being created and how easily licensing requirements change.

Sidebar explains the difference between per-user and per-flow Power Automate licenses.

Long-promised enforcement of Power Platform usage limits is arriving in 2022.

Environments are needed to control data security, code access, and unchecked resource growth within Power Platform.

A Power Apps pay as you go plan could benefit low-traffic apps, but savings could be elusive.

Power Platform services often have analogues in Azure and elsewhere that could cost more to develop, but less to deploy.

Microsoft 365 provides limited entitlements to Power Platform services, but moving beyond these rights requires costly upgrades.