Common Data Service for Apps

Common Data Service (CDS) for Apps is an Azure based work application platform, which allows you to create and develop applications through data created by work applications.

Common Data Service (CDS) for Apps, combines all data stored separately in all applications in 365 solution family such as Finance, Business Central and Sales (CRM)  and allows you to use common data service. It allows integrating applications and sharing them without needing special integration interventions.

It also allows a more efficient work thanks to its structure that is integrated with PowerApps, Power BI and Microsoft Flow applications. In this way, the companies can focus on their process automations.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Common Data Service

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Common Data Model

Common Data Service (CDS) for Apps works by presenting a series of standard definitions or “assets”. Although each application has a different data recording, labelling and configuration structure, the assets arranged in Common Data Model (CDM) separates the data from different sources by matching them as universally accepted assets. This key type uses the assets, which allows all applications to identify, understand and transfer the data kept in the “data pool” of Common Data Model,

CDS stores data and meta-data on the cloud, which makes storage management far easier. CDS also provides extra security by allowing only the user with access authority to have access to data. Role based security structure keeps the access of different users in the company under control.

For instance, Dynamics 365 for Sales (CRM) and Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operation (ERP) applications support creating creating and using customer and potential customer categories. On the other hand, both store and process the same data differently.

Use of Common Data Model (CDM) makes it possible to match the common customer or potential customers” recognized an used by both programs. This increases work efficiency and minimizes data recording.