Managed Environments for Power Platform
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Enabling Managed Environments on some or all environments in the Power Platform admin center offers Power Platform administrators a growing set of new premium administration capabilities. Managed Environments is a new, simple way for administrators to easily get more visibility and more control to govern their low code assets.
Managed Environments offer a set of premium management capabilities that are available only on enabled environments. These premium management capabilities require admins to assign licenses to all active users in that environment. This is an on-going investment as Microsoft will continue to add more powerful and simple-to-use capabilities to govern Managed Environments.
In 2023 release wave 1, we're introducing capabilities to limit sharing of solution-aware flows, and the general availability of pipelines will simplify application lifecycle management (ALM) for admins, makers, and professional developers.