Features not (yet) implemented in on-premises deployments

With the introduction of the local business data, or on-premises, deployment option, Microsoft has published a list of 'Features not implemented in on-premises deployments'. Some examples of features on this list are not the least of features. I new already about the Power BI integration and analytical workspaces, but included are also the mobile apps,... Continue Reading →

Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise Edition local business data deployment option system requirements

The minimum system requirements for the local business data deployment option are quite hefty. The Azure Service Fabric cluster -that will host AOS, Batch, Data Management, Management reporter, and Environment orchestrator services- requires a minimum of 16 instances in total for both the production acceptance topologies. For the backend infrastructure, that can be shared across the production... Continue Reading →

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