I am currently trying to create a production environment for my powerapps on an e3 licence but its not clear whether this licence grants you access to do this. I have a feeling this only grants you plan 1 features, of which creating this environment is not part of it. Would someone be able to clarify?
On e5 I have the ability required to do what I want but its on a different azure tenancy. I didnt think there was a difference between e3/e5 licences when it comes to powerapps plans?
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The E3 and E5 get the same license in PowerApps and that is "PowerApps for Office 365". This plan is actual a step below the Plan 1. Sometimes you are given a trial license for P1 or P2 but they are only trial offers are not part of your O365 license.
Here is a page that shows what you get for each license type.
I know that was what the page was suggesting but it seems like as an e5 user I have a plan 2 plan when i log into powerapps, however under e3 i dont see this. I expected them to be the same but I'm seeing differences.
I am in a similar situation. I have an E5 but my P2 capacities are coming from a P2 Trial subscription. If you review your subscriptions on the account that has P2 you should see "Microsoft PowerApps Plan 2 Trial" unless you have purchased the plan separately. We have been in conversations with Microsoft about these plans for awhile now because we believe that at least a P1 should be included in an E5 but as of now P1 and P2 are not included in the O365 license.
thats interesting as my e5 seems to be a full p2 licence, where as the e3 required the p2 trial which obviously doesnt let us create the production environment. I have not purchased a p2 licence seperately. I think i'll submit a support ticket to clarify as its not clear from their licencing page.
Please let me know what you find out. If they are now including a full P2 as part of the E5 then that would solve a lot of issues for us and open the door to CDS and Model Driven apps.