The Power Platform


The Microsoft Power platform was selected as the low code no code (LCNC) development platform for the NWU.

Every user has access and the ability to develop within the default environment linked to the NWU tenant, fostering collaborative Power Platform capabilities.

Please see the Power platform guidelines on best practices for storing your data.

The following development tools are allowed and do not depend on project type:

  • Canvas apps
  • Dataverse apps
  • Power Automate
  • Power Pages
  • Artificial Intelligence services
  • Power BI Dashboards

Due to potential cost implications, some types will only be allowed per request. Please see General guidelines point 1.6.

Power platform development applications are classified as:

  • Personal Development and Training application projects
  • Business Unit (Faculty/ Department) applications projects
  • Enterprise application projects

Every classification has a different set of rules and regulations, please refer to the General guidelines for more information.

This Service is Available to
User Responsibilities
How to request this service

Application requests will be handled through service manager.

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Last Updated
11 September 2023