Design Architecture for Low-Code No-Code using CDS with Srikumar Nair

Design Architecture for Low-Code No-Code using CDS with Srikumar Nair

Srikumar Nair


FULL SHOW NOTES
https://podcast.nz365guy.com/198

  • Interesting facts about Srikumar Nair’s life
  • How Srikumar started working with Microsoft  
  • Srikumar’s involvement with XRM, CRM and CDS  
  • A discussion about Srikumar’s role in Microsoft as Principal Group Program Manager  
  • Introduction to XRM and CDS  
  • Discusses the difference between XRM and CDS  
  • Srikumar’s shares his views on what a low-code no-code is  
  • What Srikumar is seeing when it comes to resource consumption    
  • Discussions on the architecture patterns and the changes happening concerning the CDS environment  
  • A conversation about the sales applications and the changes  
  • CDS licencing when it comes to Platform Capacity – API and Storage  
  • How they work with the AZURE team when it comes to the growth happening on the Power Platform, and how are they integrated into different parts of Microsoft 
  • Srikumar’s journey from Blob storage to Cosmos DB and the lessons learnt   
  • How Srikumar’s team make sure their customer gets the right value of the product when it comes to the new licensing that is coming  
  • An introduction about the Team Member enforcement  
  • Talks about ISV considerations and how they make sure that the Power Platform is the tool where they can build their applications 

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Srikumar Nair

Srikumar Nair (Sri) is a Principal Group Program Manager on the Common Data Service, which is the bedrock of PowerPlatform. Sri started his career as a developer building business applications and then moved into Windows Operating systems engineering. Over his career spanning 19 years, he has played several roles as a software engineer, program manager, pre-sales architect, and service reliability engineer on different teams like windows core security, public key infrastructure, Office365 SharePoint, and Enterprise Mobility team joining Business Applications Group. Before joining Microsoft, he led a group of Product engineering projects for Infosys as a Senior Project Manager. In his current role within Common Data Service, he leads a team of Program managers and engineers focused on the engineering and business efficiency of the Power Platform.