Introduction to Dynamics 365 for Operations Cloud Performance Tuning 1 of 3
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Dynamics 365 for Operations Cloud performance tuning isn’t super easy, but knowing a few things can make your life a lot easier. This series is for all of you looking to save some time as we explore my interpretation of the performance tuning tools and see some of the ways that I’ve learned to use them (through trial and painful error) when performance tuning D365Ops. In this video, part 1, we examine the query store — only we see a slightly atypical use for it when performance tuning in the cloud. We go through other benefits also.
If you are a developer wishing to learn more then it may be wise to check out our Boot Camp, which takes you from zero to hero with some serious hands-on lab action.
Remember that this series is mainly geared to people with D365 Operations in the cloud. I gave a webinar with tips on how to tune the on premise version though I’ll write more in the future about it.
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Author: Brandon Ahmad
Brandon Ahmad is a Microsoft Certified Trainer Regional Lead – USA, and he also has worked as a freelance senior architect for Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain for several years. He developed... Read More