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About a year ago, PowerApps evolved with the addition of Environments. This creates the necessary logical separation needed in most enterprise environments. You can think of these environments as logical containers that allow complete separation of security roles and audiences.

Now, do you have to use environments?

Well, you are using environments from the get-go. On creation you get a default environment. You can add additional environments as needed.

When do you want to use environments?

You can have separate environments for various stages in the SDLC. You can have a Development, Test, QA, UAT and Production environments, as needed.

In addition, due to scope limitation, you might need multiple environments for the same functionality. For example, let’s have a look at the scope of an environment. Each environment is related to a tenant, and a geographical region (geo). As such, if you’re running with a global deployment, you might want to use separate environments for each geo your application runs in.

Another aspect of environments is the ability to separate your data sources. Each environment has it’s own defined data sources. This is what allows you to have the separate environment for the SDLC stages.

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