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    Microsoft Dynamics 365 On-Premises

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 On-Premises

Microsoft offers additional deployment strategies for Microsoft Dynamics 365 which include cloud, cloud and edge (hybrid), or local business data (on-premises). You have the flexibility to migrate from one deployment to another.

With the Dynamics 365 On-premise deployment you will be able to run your business processes and transactions in your local data centers and store business data in your own or your partner’s data center, without the replication and connection of business data into the Microsoft cloud. You have the option to turn ON or OFF the cloud synchronization of your business data to Microsoft cloud. However, if you chose to not replicate your business data into the Microsoft cloud, you will not be able to leverage the benefits of Microsoft cloud such as Machine Learning, Telemetry, embedded BI and more. The Dynamics 365 on-premise deployment option is called as Local Business Data option.

In the Local Business Data deployment option, the application servers and the SQL servers will run on your own data center. However, for managing your deployment, implementation and monitoring.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 On-Premises

Primarily, Microsoft Dynamics 365 On-premises deployment option gives complete control of the management and maintenance of your business data in-house and is for those who would like to:

  • Run and maintain your own server
  • Handle all upgrades and updates internally
  • Avoid having any data store limit
  • Subscribe or purchase different types of licenses based on Microsoft Volume Licensing

Microsoft Dynamics 365 (On-Premises), Enterprise edition - Licensing Guide

Use this guide to improve your understanding of how to license Microsoft Dynamics 365 (On-Premises). Microsoft Dynamics 365 (On-Premises) is the newest version of Microsoft’s current CRM On-Premises solution, with new purpose-built apps to help manage specific business functions.

Dynamics 365 (OnPremises) apps are designed so they can be easily and independently deployed. A customer can start with what they need, yet the applications work together so, as the business demands, the customer can adopt additional capabilities with ease.

Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Deployment Scenarios

Table below shows the side by side comparison of the different deployment scenarios.

Cloud Scenario

Cloud

Cloud and Edge

Local Business Data

Use-case scenarios
  • Full Microsoft managed cloud service
  • Systems of Intelligence
  • Distributed organization
  • Business continuity while utilizing cloud for scale
  • Local & Microsoft data center
  • Disconnected data center
  • Local data reidency
  • Capitalize HW investments
Compute and data storage
  • Microsoft managed data centers(DCs)
  • Microsoft managed DCs + customer or its partner managed infrastructure
  • (My Workplace)
  • Customer or its partner managed infrastructure
  • (My Workplace)
Data Trustee Microsoft Microsoft and customer Customer
Application lifecycle management
  • Managed by Microsoft
  • Customer access to ALM and telemetry via LCS
  • Cloud managed by Microsoft, Edge managed by customer or its partner with cloud-based ALM and telemetry via LCS
  • Managed by customer or its partner with cloud-based ALM and telemetry via LCS
Cloud capabilities
  • HA and DR included
  • Sandbox environments
  • Cloud-enabled intelligence
  • Data Federation and Master
  • Data Management
  • Sandbox environments
  • Cloud-enabled intelligence
  • Automated deployement and telemetry vie LCS
Intelligence Cloud-enabled Cloud-enabled Optional
Updates, health monitoring Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services(LCS) Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services(LCS) Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services(LCS)
Licensing Subscription Subscription License with SA/BREP, or subscription
Planned availability General Available(GA) POS available; other scenarios planned GA: H2 CY2017 Planned GA: Q2 CY2017

Here are some differences in versions on main MS Dynamics 365 features, that would help you understand which option to choose:

Feature

Online

On-premises

3rd party S2S Inbound Authentication

 

Azure Cognitive Services

 

Analyze with Power BI (requires Power BI)

App Source

App designer and sitemap designers

 

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The following table shows the availability of Microsoft Office and email features, depending on whether Microsoft Office or Exchange is deployed online or on-premises.

Feature

Online

On-premises

Email - Dynamics 365 App for Outlook

Email - Dynamics 365 for Outlook (aka Outlook client) for Exchange Online*

Email - Dynamics 365 for Outlook (aka Outlook client) for Exchange on-premises

Email - Monitor mailbox health using the improved server-side synchronization performance dashboard

Email - Server-side synchronization Test connection to Exchange Online

 

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