In part 2, we talk how to collect some data and shrink our database. Here are the results.
In part 1, we talk about the process of cleaning. Now we're going to do it.
Over time your database size can grow quite large, depending on you use AX / Finance and Operations. Let's talk about trimming down.
Clean up your Event Alerts / System Notifications.
Clean up your warehouse user session log!
Clean up the mobile device activity log!
Clean up your cycle count plans!
Clean up your wave batches!
Clean up your containerization history!
Clean up after standard warehouse processes like work creation history.
Let's walk through creating a standard Build VM
Need an extra build box? Look no further for how to set that up.
Can developers manage their VM uptime and save some money? Yes!
Azure OMS has some great features to help reduce spend but you have to set it up.
EDIT: This is a known issue that MSFT is actively working on addressing
Setting up ADFS for D365 On Prem? Easy!
I'm excited to finally be releasing this. Many end users love the (Inventory) Site (Financial) Dimension link.
Enabling Users after a database refresh is a pain. Let's automate that away.
Can you use Git Hub? yes.
What's it like developing using Git?
Let's take a look at the lifecyle of a Git Branch.
How Shoud I Manage Packages in Git?
Using Git with 1 Package