The Microsoft Power Platform is one of the fastest-growing low-code platforms for building high productivity PaaS applications, and Common Data Service (CDS) is an integral part of the Power Platform. This course will teach you the basics of CDS.
At the core of any low-code development platform, like the Power Platform, is the ability to secure and easily store and manage data used by business applications. This is where Common Data Service (CDS) comes in. In this course, Introduction to Common Data Service (CDS), you will learn the skills you need to work effectively with CDS. First, you’ll learn about the critical use cases and the high-level architecture of CDS in the context of the overall PowerApps Platform. Next, you’ll explore CDS' capabilities like entities, relationships, auditing, annotations, REST API, business rules, and workflow. Finally, you’ll learn about the security, governance, and integration aspects of CDS. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of CDS that will help immensely as you move forward and use CDS in your low-code applications.
Course Overview (Music playing) Hi, my name is Vishwas Lele, and welcome to my course, Introduction to Common Data Service, or CDS. CDS is part of the Microsoft Power platform and is one of the fastest-growing, low-code, no-code platforms for building high productivity paths applications. This course is a quick introduction to CDS capabilities, and no prior experience with CDS is required. Some of the major topics that we will cover will include the common data model, entities, relationships, auditing, and annotations, business rules and workflow, the CDS REST API, security governance and integration aspects of CDS. By the end of this course, you will have a solid foundation for developing business applications using CDS. I hope that you'll join me on this journey to learn CDS with the introduction to the CDS course at Pluralsight.