Consistent environment management and integrations between Human Resources and Finance and Operations apps

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Business value

Dynamics 365 Human Resources will merge back into the Finance and Operations infrastructure but will continue to be licensed as an independent application, like Dynamics 365 Finance and Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management. This will bring together disparate Human Resources data into a single solution to create market clarity, improve extensibility, and drive consistency across Finance and Operations apps. These new capabilities will provide a consistent admin experience for managing the application lifecycle for Human Resources.

Feature details

Deploying, updating, and integrating among applications can be a complex process. It becomes even more complex when you need different approaches for different applications. By driving consistency between Human Resources and other Finance and Operations apps, you can better plan and manage how you deploy, update, and integrate Human Resources. You'll be able to manage environments, updates, and integrations for Human Resources the same way you do for other Finance and Operations applications, such as Finance, Supply Chain Management, and Project Operations.

This feature provides you with consistency when it comes to:

  • Management of environments within Dynamics 365 Lifecycle Services, issue search, and Regression Suite Automation Tool (RSAT).
  • The experience of how upgrades, updates, and hotfixes are applied to environments.
  • Integration options with Microsoft Power Platform using virtual entities and dual-write.
  • Continuous delivery of custom solutions or extensions as applied to environments.
  • Regional availability.