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Resolver III
Resolver III

Where is my Environment and Apps Store

Dear all,

 

Could any one please help me to understand how and where are my environments\apps are stored?

 

a PowerApps tenant is going to get stored in one Azure VM, along with all the environments created under that environment. 

 

If the apps (I mean if we have around 50 apps) are loading slow, does it mean that, the hardware components of VM should be upgraded?

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Re: Where is my Environment and Apps Store

Yes, just like Micrsoft Flow, PowerBI, Stream, Forms, and a variety of other Office 365 applications.



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Dual Super User II
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Re: Where is my Environment and Apps Store

I'm not sure where you got the idea that your PowerApps tenant was stored in an Azure VM.  PowerApps, like many of Microsoft's services are running on servers in Microsoft datacenters.  They may be on VMs the may not.  Microsoft doesn't say.

 

Slow loading of Apps might be related to overloading of the backend systems.  But its much more likely that the latency is a result of network latency.  PowerApps is an Internet cloud based system just like Office 365.  In my experience things like network edge security devices have a lot more to do with performance than the back end  hardware.  The way the apps are built might have a lot to do with it also.



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Re: Where is my Environment and Apps Store

@Pstork1 thank you for the prompt helpful information. So, PowerApps is Software as a service (Saas)?

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Re: Where is my Environment and Apps Store

Yes, just like Micrsoft Flow, PowerBI, Stream, Forms, and a variety of other Office 365 applications.



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