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Microsoft Power Cloud – The Fusion of Azure and Power Apps

"Power Cloud" refers to the integrated nature of the Microsoft product set that combines Cloud services with Power Apps customization.

“Power Cloud” refers to the integrated nature of the Microsoft product set that combines Cloud services with Power Apps customization.

The most compelling argument for the Microsoft products is the holistically integrated suite: Power Apps, Azure, Teams, Sharepoint and Dynamics aren’t standalone, isolated technologies but rather can act as component parts of a whole solution building framework.

For example you can create an Azure Function app using .Net and call these using Logic Apps or create Power Apps from within Teams. That’s just one simple example of a myriad of possible scenarios where different tools act as interfaces to a single, integrated enterprise Cloud environment.

The key feature of the Microsoft approach is the end-to-end suite of offerings, enabling every step from creating the code to finally deploying and hosting it.

Modern AI-Powered Application Platform for the Cloud

The key synthesis point is the interface between Power Apps and Azure, various modules and capabilities that link Low Code Development with Azure deployment. The Power Apps suite is organized into a suite that enables end to end publishing of easily created intelligent apps, and the integration makes possible Low Code Application Development on Azure.

This enables the rapid development of new apps using Low Code and then the deployment of them to the Cloud, where they can take advantage of hyper-scale hosting and the many other features such as adding data connections through Azure services with built-in API integrations.

What this means is that organizations can harness the Cloud to drive a global scale of Digital Transformation, and do so via a high speed ‘drag and drop’ simplicity, managed through an end-to-end, integrated DevOps life-cycle, from code development to execution. For example you can utilize GitHub Actions with Power Platform, enabling collaborative source control and Continuous Integration and Delivery (CICD).

In short Low Code represents an expansion of the volume of coders, and the Cloud integration the scope of what modules they can build upon. Before it used to only be their local computer resources now it is a vast Cloud estate of global-scale technologies.

With the advent of enterprise AI now being infused into development tools and environments, such as Github Copilot, this combined approach is now being super-charged even further.

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