Got your Dynamics 365 deployment but confused how to modernize it and take advantage of the latest capabilities offered by PowerApps? Come and learn how to start with the roles and personas, and employ License Driven Design to prepare your Dynamics 365 solution for the Power Platform.
We’ve all heard about methodologies that follow the pattern of “X Driven Design”: Domain Driven Design, Test Drive Design, Task Driven Design, Growth Driven Design.
Introducing LDD or License Driven Design – a fresh and innovative approach to building robust, agile, and targeted apps on the Power Platform.
Licensing has always been an afterthought in the solution design process. Some time ago it made little difference – monolithic applications, CAL licensing for all users, few or no choices, and no impact on application design.
In the new era of the small agile apps, with the role-based solution design and incremental development, businesses can no longer treat license as a “side-effect”. It needs to be an integral part of the design, from the very first day. Why? Because licensing decisions: