I've been experimenting with Project Oakdale - PowerApps created in Teams. I'd read so much about Project Oakdale in various articles plastered all over the internet and I was excited to read rumours that users would not need the per app or per user license.
My investigations discovered that actually there are no changes to the licensing of PowerApps created in Teams. Premium Connectors still require the per app or per user license. I was hoping that Microsoft would have at least allowed a Standard Connector to CDS or to Azure SQL.
I'm frustrated. Everytime I wow my customers with PowerApps and then explain the licensing the project dies a death. The licensing cost is prohibitive for my customers.
Can I suggest that a positive way for customers to move from PowerApps Portal to PowerApps created in Teams is to include CDS or Azure SQL as a Standard Connector. We need a relational database Standard Connector. Microsoft make money from CDS capacity and from Azure SQL so surely making it a Standard Connector would increase usage and adoption?
Without these changes to the licensing I'm afraid I see no point in Project Oakdale.
Please vote for a Standard Relational Database Connector in Project Oakdale so that we can increase adoption and usage.