Posted by: kurtsh | February 16, 2017

INFO: Differences between each edition of Microsoft Flow (Free, Office 365, Plan 1, Plan 2)

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There are 4 different editions of Microsoft Flow that a lot of folks don’t know about.  They are detailed in this rather hard to find URL:

Basically, here’s the breakdown:
Flow is free for 750 runs/user/month, with a frequency of once per 15min
Usage of Flow is free however there are limits to it’s usage and there are certain capabilities that require premium payments.

        1. More runs per month? Higher frequency?
          If you require more runs per month or a higher frequency of runs, you must get any of the other 3 plans (Office 365, Plan 1, Plan 2).
        2. SLA?
          If you require an Service Level Agreement, you must get any of the other 3 plans (Office 365, Plan 1, Plan 2) which will grant you a 99.9% availability SLA.
        3. Salesforce? Common Data Service?
          If you require any of these Premium services, you must get either Plan 1 or Plan 2.
        4. On-prem Data Gateway?
          If you need to access data on-prem, you will need a data gateway and get any of the other 3 plans (Office 365, Plan 1, Plan 2).
        5. Share & Edit Flows?
          If you want to collaborate on Flows, you must get any of the other 3 plans (Office 365, Plan 1, Plan 2).
        6. Create environments to deploy your Flow in?  View Flow usage overall? Policy enforcement for Flows?
          These are Enterprise features that require Flow Plan 2 explicitly.

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