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Many of the questions here are working with organizations that are already using Dynamics 365.
I'm interested in knowing if there is a mechanism/product offering for developers who want a sandbox for full Dynamics 365 application building and testing.
It doesn't need to handle lots of users or even data - it just needs to be a useful sandbox for trying out concepts and integrations without having to register for a free trial each time and then losing the work.
We used to be able to do this fairly easily with the on-premises offering (as we managed our own instances) but I'd like to be able to have my own that includes the Azure Administration piece so I can get an all-encompassing view of everything
Anyone know of such an offering?
$95 per month will get you a D365 Enterprise License which will enable you to have a D365 Instance to use for whatever you want, and it will last as long as you continue to pay for the subscription.
If your organization has a D365 subscription, you can create as many sandbox instances as you want within that subscription at no charge provided you have enough storage.
Developers can utilize a 25-user 90-day free developer subscription here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office/developer-program/microsoft-365-developer-program-get-started
After the 90-day period, developers can reduce the number of licenses and then purchase and pay for only one $95 /month D365 Enterprise License.
Microsoft Partner Companies & CSPs have the option to subscribe to and purchase an Action Pack Subscription that includes access to a D365 org.
Otherwise, it is advised that the developer utilizes a sandbox instance within their company's D365 Subscription to use for development.
Thank you - that is precisely what I needed.
While I don't mind using one of my partner's accounts, I do enough work around the way that having my own license is preferred.
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