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Customers often chose Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central because it's updated regularly with major and minor releases. These updates provide customers with a business application that is up-to-date with new compliance, security, platform, and application functionality.
Partners who extend the Business Central experience for their customers with Microsoft AppSource apps or customizations as per-tenant extensions are responsible for continuously aligning their added code to Microsoft's release rhythm that is expected for all Business Central online customers. Not aligning to that rhythm may prevent customers from getting important security or compliance updates in time, which can cause serious disruption for the customer and Business Central online.
To help app publishers keep up with their update responsibilities, Microsoft has released an overview of the extensive set of resources, tools, training, service warnings, policies, and terms to help partners avoid incompatibility and escalation scenarios. To learn more, read Maintain AppSource Apps and Per-Tenant Extensions in Business Central Online.
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