Microsoft Ignite: Novedades en Power Platform!

Siguiendo con los posts de las novedades de Microsoft Ignite, en esta ocasión toca comentar las principales novedades de la Power Platform que se anunciaron.

Entre las principales novedades se encuentran:

  • General Availability of Managed Environments: Managed Environments offer a set of enhanced out-of-the-box governance capabilities that simplify, automate, and streamline IT administration of Microsoft Power Platform at scale. 

Activation of Managed Environments

  • ALM pipeline automation: Built-in application lifecycle management in Microsoft Power Platform to improve security and governance for solutions with less effort.
  • Coauthoring in Power Apps: Makers can work together in real-time with coauthoring in the modern app designer to accelerate development with collaboration.
  • General availability of Power Pages: The newest Microsoft Power Platform product for creating modern, secure, responsive business websites is now generally available and includes pay-as-you-go meters and capacity-based subscriptions. 

A screenshot displaying the Power Pages template hub.

  • Interactive Power BI charts shared directly from OneDrive and SharePoint: Users can now share and interact with reports directly from OneDrive or SharePoint. 

Proposed alt text: A screenshot of a Power BI report analyzing Hawaii tourism.

  • Cross-tenant dataset sharing: Cross-tenant dataset sharing enables users to share datasets with external organizations in an easy, quick, and secure manner. 
  • Advancements in AI Builder: Increase document processing accuracy and the number of supported document types.

graphical user interface, text, application, email

  • The Power Automate copilot converts natural language to cloud flows: Users can describe what they want to automate in a sentence, and AI will build your flow in seconds. 
  • The Power Automate copilot formats data by examples: Power Automate users can leverage AI to reshape data for more straightforward expression authoring by using examples.

A GIF demonstrating a Power Automate user describing a desired flow where survey responses are stored in SharePoint and then the user is notified in Teams.


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