Managed Environments overview

Managed Environments is a suite of premium capabilities that allows admins to manage Power Platform at scale with more control, less effort, and more insights. Admins can use Managed Environments with any type of environment. Certain features can be configured upon enabling a Managed Environment. Once an environment is managed, it unlocks more features across the Power Platform.

Learn how to use Managed Environments.

A Managed Environment encompasses, but isn't limited to, the following features:


Managed Environments is included as an entitlement with standalone Power Apps, Power Automate, Power Virtual Agents, Power Pages, and Dynamics 365 licenses. Trial licenses can be used to license users in Managed Environments, with the restrictions specific to these types of licenses. To learn more about Managed Environment licensing, see Licensing and Licensing overview for Microsoft Power Platform.

Managed Environment isn't included as an entitlement in the Developer Plan when users run their assets. For more information about Managed Environments and the Developer Plan, see About the Power Apps Developer Plan.

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