During this video, we will talk about the Center of Excellence for Governance in Power Apps. This is the second episode of the segment Talk with Devs where we are connecting industry experts from around the globe. This video is all about the theory of the overall installation and set up you need to do for the CoE starter Kit.
Power Apps Governance is an approach to Power Apps governance that uses a Center of Excellence (COE) model. The starter kit provides guidance on setting up and managing the COE, including best practices for Power Platform administration, roles & responsibilities, compliance & security considerations, support models and more. It also includes templates for creating policies and processes around various aspects of Power Platform development such as app life-cycle management, user access control and data governance. Finally, it provides guidance on how to monitor usage and measure success in order to ensure effective utilization of the platform.
The Microsoft Power Platform CoE Starter Kit is a collection of components and tools that are designed to help you get started with developing a strategy for adopting and supporting Microsoft Power Platform, with a focus on Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power Virtual Agents.
The CoE Starter Kit requires access to your tenant's Power Platform environments. Therefore, the identity you set up for the CoE Starter Kit needs the following: Microsoft Power Platform service admin, global tenant admin, or Dynamics 365 service admin. Power Apps Per User license (non-trial) and Microsoft 365 license.
Establishing a Microsoft Power Platform Center of Excellence (CoE) means investing in and nurturing organic growth while maintaining governance and control. A CoE is designed to drive innovation and improvement, and as a central function it can break down geographic and organizational silos.