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Take advantage of the new pay-as-you-go billing model and seamlessly leverage the low-code Power Platform to spin up Power Apps directly from Azure. We’ll also show you how to package Power Apps as self-contained mobile apps. Charles Lamanna, Microsoft Business Applications & Power Platform CVP, joins Jeremy Chapman to walk through updates across the Power Platform.
Pay-as-you-go billing model: Set it up and link your app to your Azure subscription Only pay when people use the app
Track usage with new Azure Meters: Power Apps per app meter- accrue costs per unique user of the app each month Dataverse meter- get two gigabytes of storage + new overage billing when you go over limits Use Azure Cost Management to track your spending and create budgets and alerts
Package Power Apps as standalone mobile apps: Tailor and customize each app experience.
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00:00 - Introduction 00:59 - Pay-as-you-go 01:45 - Track usage with Azure meters 04:07 - Standalone Mobile apps 05:41 - Updates used by Xiaomi's demo app 06:56 - Additional updates 08:59 - Wrap up
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