There’s an updated (May 2021) Power Platform Licensing Guide. There are two main changes – some updates to some of the Dataverse capacity included in licences, and some updates to terminology – “entities” are now “tables”, “records” are now “rows”, and “API requests” are now “Power Platform requests”.
Find this updated guide here: https://bit.ly/3eS5IjV.
There’s an updated (March 2021) Multiplexing Volume Licensing Brief from Microsoft which is updated for the renaming of the Common Data Service to Dataverse.
This is a useful document if you want to learn more about how multiplexing may impact the licensing needs of customers, and there’s a wide range of products covered with plenty of examples and scenarios.
Find this updated Volume Licensing Brief here: https://bit.ly/3a2KoGI.
There’s an updated (December 2020) Dynamics 365 Licensing Guide.
The main changes are the renaming of the Common Data Service to Dataverse, and the addition of 2,000 Customer Voice responses to the entitlements for Customer Insights.
Find this updated guide here: https://bit.ly/3lu8InS.
Microsoft announce that the Common Data Service (where you securely store and manage data that’s used by the Dynamics products, for example) has been rebranded as Microsoft Dataverse.
At the same time, Dataverse for Teams (formerly known as Project Oakdale) is also generally available. This is a subset of Dataverse capabilities included as a built-in data platform for Teams that, along with tools such as the new Power Apps app for Teams, enables customers to build low-code apps, automate processes, and deploy chatbots without leaving Teams.
Find the Dataverse announcement here: https://bit.ly/399Xv9x, and an overview of what you can now do in Teams here: https://bit.ly/35RmPPy.