Common Data Model
Keep users on the same page and integrate Microsoft applications with ease. Providing a shared data language for business and analytical applications to use the Common Data Model consists of a set of a standardized, extensible data schemas to provide consistency and meaning across platforms. Paired with this, the Common Data Service provides easy access to your data, making it easy to securely connect applications across Dynamics 365, the Power Platform, and more.
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The Common Data Model
Considered the underlying language of Microsoft’s Power Platform, the Common Data Model makes it easier than ever to connect applications such as PowerApps, Power BI, Dynamics 365, and Azure by unifying concepts and activities to simplify the creation, aggregation, and analysis of data.
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Connect Your Data
The Common Data Model provides a single metadata definition that can be customized, making it easier to build reports, create new apps, and connect business entities like marketing, sales, service, finance, operations, and commerce.
Whether you are analyzing data in Power BI, building an application in PowerApps, or creating workflows in Microsoft Flow, this will make it easier than ever for applications to work together.
Fewer Clicks, More Productivity, and a Single Version of the Truth
Make better business decisions with a shared understanding of your data without having to redefine it each time. Dynamics 365, PowerApps, Power BI, and Azure all support storing data in conformance with the Microsoft Common Data Model, unifying data across your business.
Paired with Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2, it’s easier than ever to bring data from third-party applications and route it the way you want. The Common Data Model brings semantic consistency to data within the lake so that applications and services can interoperate more easily when data is stored in Common Data Model form.
Customize to Your Needs
Start with the definition, size, and shape of an entity or process, then easily adapt and extend the Common Data Model schema. Use the open source standard definitions alongside your customized schema to meet your unique business needs.
This makes it easier than ever for industries to extend the Common Data Model to their specific business concepts, such as Patient and Care Plan.