You might find me a few times on this board today as I have a few Power Platform related questions for you! I was wandering around Power Platform admin center and found out that the amount of services and licenses contribute to the capacity of your database in your tenant. I will create a follow-up question as a separate question for this.
I am wondering how does the tenant that I work in, have 10GB of default capacity as shown in the image?
And when trying to open "view self-service sources" to see how is the 10GB calculated, the view is empty?
I'm very puzzled how does this happen and why does other tenants I'm part of have 1GB of capacity by default. Is there any other way to find out how is the default database capacity calculated? And yes, I'm a Power Platform admin.
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Hi @HSheild and thanks for your reply.
To my knowledge and research we do not have any Power Apps per user plan licenses (only the trial licenses). This doesn't fully answer my question yet why do we have such capacity, any more help?
Also, thanks for the document, I'll read it through!
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