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Within the last 10 years or so, various software development methods have evolved and have gained more adoption. Inevitably this resulted in overlaps and the expansion across various group silos.

DevOps started to gain popularity around 2009 through a series of events describing it’s benefits and implementation.

According to wikipedia, the definition is:

“DevOps is a software development method that emphasizes communication, collaboration (information sharing and web service usage), integration, automation, and measurement of cooperation between software developers and other IT professionals. The method acknowledges the interdependence of software development, quality assurance (QA), and IT operations, and aims to help an organization rapidly produce software products and services and to improve operations performance.”

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Pricing guidance information has been posted by Microsoft HERE. It includes all the related packages offered by Microsoft.

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NOTE: Always contact your license provider to confirm pricing. Promotional pricing might be offered at times.

You can filter the list by country to determine the local price, and to compare various offering in different countries.

Enjoy!

Now we have the ability to spin-up a 30-day trial of MDM. All sweet, but going through the pains of first time set-up isn’t always as easy.

You might find that the link to Marketing in your O365 subscription is not enabled, even if you give it a few hours. What now?

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You can use the direct URL to confirm that your MDM instance is provisioned. The default URL will be:

https://[domain].marketing.dynamics.com

where [domain] is the same domain name you used for your O365/CRM

http://[domain].crm[x].dynamics.com

There’s an additional configuration step that needs to be completed on the MDM end before the instance is ready to be used.

Enjoy!

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