The sixth article in the ten part Power Platform Connectors A to Z series by Apptigent CTO Eric Shupps, Power Platform Versioning and Change Management, is now available. This installment delves into some of the more nuanced aspects of the connector life cycle, building upon the advanced concepts introduced in part five. While the prior segment covered topics such as optional configuration settings, dynamic schemas, and the use of custom code, the present focus shifts to the equally important post-creation stages. It addresses the available mechanisms for deploying connectors to makers across multiple environments, along with strategies for their subsequent maintenance, including updates, corrections, and revisions. It also emphasizes the significance of robust version control, effective change management, and the systematic tracking of revisions to safeguard against potential disruptions and ensure operational continuity.
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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