Cloud-hosted environments
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Cloud-hosted environments

[MUSIC] Every standard Lifecycle
Services implementation project for Dynamics 365 for Operations, includes support for
two types of environments. Those hosted on a Microsoft
Azure subscription, and those hosted on a customer’s
own Azure subscription. In this video, we’ll focus
on the second category, and we’ll refer to this category of
environments as Cloud-hosted environments. Cloud-hosted environments
can be deployed from either an implementation project,
or from a partner project. In both cases, an Azure
subscription is required. In your implementation project,
click the Hamburger icon, and then click
the Cloud-hosted Environments. If you’re in a partner project, click the Cloud-Hosted
Environments tile. If you haven’t already done so,
you’ll be asked to set up an Azure connector to link
the Lifecycle Services project with your Azure subscription. Click Yes,
read the instructions for Azure Resource Manager Base
deployment to determine if there’s any action needed
by your tenant administrator, when ready, click Add. Enter your Azure subscription
name and ID, then select Yes for Azure Resource Manager
based deployments. Click Next,
click Next to authorize Dynamics Deployment Services
to access your subscription. If you’re a valid Azure
subscription user, click Next. Otherwise download a management
certificate as described in the instructions on this screen. Click Connect to link your Azure subscription with your
Lifecycle Services project. Now you can return to the
Cloud-hosted environment set up screen, click Add. Select Azure to deploy
an environment on your own Azure subscription. Select a topology,
select an application, and platform version. Add an environment name,
select a size, and then agree to the pricing and
licensing terms. You can configure additional
parameters under Advanced settings, click Next,
click Deploy. When the deployment process is
complete, you’ll be able to find your new environment in the list
of Cloud-hosted environments. In the environments list, select
an environment that you want for maintenance tasks. On the maintenance page you
can Start, Stop, Maintain, Deallocate or
Delete the environment. [MUSIC] This brings us to the end
of this presentation. We hope you found
the information useful. Thank you for watching. [MUSIC]

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