Video instructions and help with filling out and completing What Form 2220 Installments

Instructions and Help about What Form 2220 Installments

Good evening everyone welcome to the session on data management about integrations and automation capabilities I'm Sunil garde and I have with me my colleague Christian Wolff oh so quick context about ourselves before we get started on the session so I've been with Dynamics AX for about twelve plus years 13 ish years and I started with AX 2009 when we were just starting work on X 2009 and then you know from there all along to ax 7 and now Dynamis 365 for finance and operations and during this time I've played various roles in the organization and right now I'm the program manager for data management area Christian you want to talk about yourself yeah so Christian both miss Microsoft since 11 years and all the time this dynamics started with follow zero and and all the way - yeah - age 70 365 operations and yeah also in variety of roles from support engineer to a solution architect and now I'm lead architect of the foundation yeah talk to you today so in the agenda today what we have is a you know jam-packed items that we want to talk about logically we have split this into three parts if you will the first part is about what do we have today and what is our focus and what is all our focus that should be in when it comes to data management and going forward when it comes to continuous update right I mean our be ready for continuous update are we ready from a data management perspective so we want to spend time talking about that the second section is primarily about integrations what we have today and what are the different patterns that we have today in terms of integrating with finance and operations and the third section is purely you know futuristic in terms of how does the future of integrations look like when it comes to integrating with financial operations which will also include a discussion on serious the integration as well so these are kind of the three you know high-level topics that we will cover in the next hour or so and anytime if any of you have questions please you know feel free to pause us and you can take the mic and then you can ask the question the session is being recorded so if you use the mic you know everyone else can you know listen when they look at the recording so with that we can basically get started with the agenda can you flip the slide it's not working so preparing for continuous integration and continuous update right so as we all know and before I jump into it how many of you are very new to finance and operations can you please raise your hand okay so a quick context for all of you when we talk about continuous update what we really mean is you know a few months from now the platform and the application updates they will be combined and they will be you know rolled out in a much more Swift fashion like you know once a month as per current understanding right now when that time comes are we ready when I say we you know everyone in this room where are we ready from a Microsoft perspective are we ready to actually ship that frequently and the challenge that we'll be making sure that we don't break any of your scenarios right we don't break any customer that is out there and similarly from your perspective or your projects ready to get that continuous update in a way that you can be hundred percent sure that taking a new update is not going to break your existing scenarios right so the challenge there is twofold one is wanting to know the coverage of scenarios that needs to be tested and number two the time that it takes the time that it requires for all of you to go and run your validations these are basically the two challenges and are we ready to embrace that continuous update when it starts rolling out now from a data management perspective is what we are going to focus in this session so that we can look at the tools that is available today which we have made it available starting pee-yew 18 practically it star in your hands starting pu 20 so let's take a look at what is out there which was built one of the primary reasons for having such a framework in place was to help with this scenario where you can have a tool that we are also using internally to automate your data management scenarios that way you have a QA process in your implementation projects which you can always run before taking a hotfix or before taking a update if you will so when we talk about data task automation how many of you are aware of data task automation because it has been there for quite a while in in preview and we have been talking about this in you know all the opportunities that we get so data task automation basically can be used for two different things the first thing is to automate all the everyday tasks that somebody does in data management now things like creation of data projects configuration of data projects creation of recurring scheduled configuration of the recurring schedule these are things that a user does over and over and when they move from one environment to another environment they have to actually go and do that again manually right so this has been a big pain point especially when you have to deal with you know tens and tens of projects that needs to be created and configured so there's a whole lot of time that goes in let alone the human error that can happen when somebody does manually so these are one kind