Microsoft Graph

The Copilot brand is being applied to multiple services; however, Copilot is not a single technology or cohesive toolset, and customers should evaluate each Copilot feature separately.

Chart shows a selection of service endpoints exposed by the Microsoft Graph API and how they can vary widely in enforcement of usage limits.

The Microsoft Graph API offers developers access to most Microsoft 365 functions, but its utility is constrained by limits on high-volume usage.

Chart shows the Microsoft 365 and other services that are accessible from the Microsoft Graph API.

Microsoft Graph provides interfaces for programming, search data import, and data export for analysis.

Illustration shows a screen shot of Graph Explorer, a Web app that lets administrators test calls to the Microsoft Graph.

The Microsoft Graph Security API consolidates security data reporting into a single Web endpoint.

Microsoft Graph provides a Web API and other services for developers to programmatically access Microsoft 365 data and services.

Many Office 365 services are on by default; therefore, organizations should understand the impact of these offerings and how to turn them off.