Microsoft has announced the general availability of pipelines within Power Platform, which aims to democratize application lifecycle management (ALM) for Power Platform and Dynamics 365 customers. Pipelines enable deployment automation capabilities within Managed Environments in a more approachable manner for makers, admins, and developers. The pipelines can be configured within a few minutes and shared with makers, and they can be run directly within development environments or PAC CLI.
The deployment process is guided by an intuitive in-product experience that educates citizen developers about healthy ALM practices, with automatic safeguards and complexities abstracted by the system.
Pipelines in Power Platform is Generally Available (GA) | Microsoft Power Apps
“One of the latest features that most people waiting for is the Power Platform Pipelines . I created 3 Developers’ environments for demonstration and enabled the Managed Environments feature. For those who want to try it, you can follow this link to get your own environment to test (the link will show you how to join Microsoft 365 Developer Program).”
Let’s try Power Platform Pipelines – Temmy Wahyu Raharjo
Managed Environments is a suite of capabilities that allows admins to manage Power Platform at scale with more control, less effort, and more insights. Admins can use Managed Environments with any type of environment except the developer environments (see known limitations ).