Microsoft details progress in syncing Common Data Service, Dynamics 365

Microsoft's Common Data Service (CDS) team yesterday shed more light on the its priorities and progress related to Dynamics and other products.

At the core of the CDS is the Common Data Model, an extensible data model that's shared by all the apps a company builds on the CDS, described Microsoft Group Program Manager Jono Luk in a blog post.

Among the topics in the wide ranging upda, Luk describes how Microsoft is investing significant effort to automatically bring together data from across the Dynamics 365 family into an integrated data model in the CDS. He made particular note of the efforts to provide automatic synchronization between CDS and Dynamics 365 apps and of building new apps usind CDS as the data source. This includes:

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