The seventh article in the ten part Power Platform Connectors A to Z series by Apptigent CTO Eric Shupps, Power Platform Connector Performance, Hosting, and Scalability, is now available. Up to this point, the discussion has focused entirely on the inner workings of connectors themselves, without giving much attention to the application programming interfaces (APIs) that are the target of every connector action. Some creators may never need to concern themselves with how the remote systems their connectors interact with operate beyond defining functional input and output objects. There are, however, many users who build connectors to provide easier access within Power Platform to the APIs they own, host, and manage. For those creators, there are additional topics that they must educate themselves on before beginning their custom connector journey. This article is intended to demystify some of those aspects and address common concerns such as performance, hosting, and scalability.
The complete series is being published in regular installments on the Tekkigurus web site, an online platform dedicated to providing technology-related news, insights and resources to Microsoft technology enthusiasts worldwide. Check back every few weeks for new article releases.
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