Power APPs Pay-as-you-go |Invoicing in Azure

Spanish Intermediate Management & Governance

Microsoft has released a new pricing plan called the Pay-as-you-go plan. We will learn about what this great change in Power Apps licensing entails. The first thing to keep in mind is that we will be able to pay for Power Apps with an Azure subscription, which allows you to create and share applications without having to pay in advance (nothing is charged until they are not used). We're going to review the cost model and do an exercise promoting applying the per-use billing model in Azure. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Microsoft ha sacado un nuevo plan de precios llamado Pay-as-you-go plan (Plan de pago por uso). Conoceremos sobre que supone este gran cambio en el licenciamiento de Power Apps. La primera cosa que debemos tener en cuenta es que vamos a poder pagar Power Apps con una suscripción de Azure, que permite crear y compartir aplicaciones sin tener que pagar por adelantado (no se cobra nada hasta que no son utilizadas). Vamos a revisar el modelo de costos y realizar un ejercicio de promoción de aplicación al modelo de facturación por uso en Azure.


Mayra Badillo

Microsoft MVP | Microsoft Architect Modern Workplace | Subjet Matter Expert / Microsoft SWAT

Arquitecta en Productividad e Infraestructura en Microsoft 365 y Power Platform. Speaker Internacional. Microsoft Partner Services desde 2008. Freelancer con cobertura en clientes (Microsoft, Partners, Mayoristas y clientes finales) de Centroamérica y Suramérica. Microsoft SWAT TEAM ( 6 años desde el 2013) en productividad basada en Office 365, modern workplace, Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement y Business Applications (Power Platform). Consultora en Gestión del Cambio OCM - Prosci para la adopción y usabilidad de soluciones basadas en Microsoft Modern workplace y Business Applications en Power Platform. Skills y competencias en Microsoft Partner Small Business Specialist, Education Specialist, Cloud Specialist, Office 365 Certified, Microsoft Sales Certified. Plataformas Microsoft de Productividad Empresarial Office 365 + Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement + Power BI +Project Online. Evangelista MSP Microsoft Power Platform y Microsoft 365 (Influencer, Microsoft MAP) Aplicación en los servicios de consultoría de prácticas basadas en Arquitectura Empresarial TOGAF, CONSITIO en MOF, ITIL, Surestep on Dynamics, BPM y BABOK.

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