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Microsoft Power Platform adoption best practices provides proven guidance that’s designed to help you create and implement the business and technology strategies necessary for your organization to succeed with Microsoft Power Platform. This guidance provides best practices, documentation, and tools that architects, IT pros, and business decision makers need to successfully achieve short-term and long-term objectives.

By using this adoption best practices, organizations can better align their business and technical strategies to ensure success.

These adoption best practices will help establish “digital guardrails” for the platform within an enterprise. That way, professional and citizen developers can build solutions with the confidence that what they build will be managed, secured, and otherwise looked after in a compliant way, following best practices. A key objective is creating an environment—both technically and culturally speaking—in which your users can thrive.

Microsoft Power Platform adoption best practices are a collection of documentation, guidance, best practices, and templates that are proven to accelerate your Microsoft Power Platform adoption journey. They provide tools, guidance, and narratives that help shape technology, business, and people strategies for driving desired business outcomes during your adoption effort.


This guidance aligns to the following buckets and responsibilities of your adoption.

Strategy icon Strategy and vision: Define roles, responsibilities and expected outcomes of adoption.
Admin and governance icon Admin and governance: Implement digital guardrails for your makers to create with confidence.
Nurture and educate icon Nurture and educate: Accelerate your adoption with a thriving internal community.
Support icon Support: Establish a strategy for ongoing production solution and maker education support.

The Microsoft Power Platform is more than the sum of its parts. Connect them together—and to Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, Azure, and hundreds of other apps—and build end-to-end business solutions. The Power Platform family of products includes:

The Microsoft Power Platform release plan for the 2021 release wave 2 describes new features releasing from October 2021 through March 2022 for Power BI, Power Apps, Power Apps portals, Power Automate, Power Virtual Agents, and AI Builder, as well as Microsoft Power Platform capabilities for governance and administration, ISV experiences, and data integration. You can either browse the release plan online or download the document as a PDF file.

Download the 2021 release wave 2 PDF (last updated February 1, 2022). The Dynamics 365 and industry clouds features shipping in the 2021 release wave 2 have been summarized in a separate release plan as well as a downloadable PDF.


Just like the previous release waves, this will call out how each feature will be enabled in your environment:

You can get ready with confidence knowing which features will be enabled automatically. This is to help partners, customers, and users—drive the digital transformation of your business on your terms.


Power CAT Apps and Automate Architecture Series

The Power Apps and Automate Architecture Series content, presented by Power CAT, will prepare you for upcoming complex projects involving our app and automation platform. This series will provide your architects and developers with the tools and best practices to run successful Power Apps and Automate projects of high complexity. 

Power CAT Apps & Automate Architecture Series – YouTube


You may want to check DynamicsEdge website for list of Power Platform, Power BI Apps and Automate Courses.

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