Microsoft Power Platform Definition
Microsoft Power Platform is a collection of Microsoft technologies that may be used to create and deploy sophisticated business solutions, analyze and visualize data, automate business processes, and create virtual agents for communication. The Dataverse, also known as the Common Data Model, supports every component of the Microsoft Power Platform. Each component is dynamic on its own, but when combined, they are complete system. All of these solutions provide a platform for developing apps that does not require the use of code.