Power Platform Booster is in public preview. Documentation will always reflect the latest version.

Having a group of people who maintain, support, govern and grow your Microsoft Power Platform implementation is essential for its success. Automating some of their operational activities means that they have more time for other operational activities but also more time for tactical and strategic activities.

Power Platform Booster is a set of cloud flows, canvas apps, SharePoint lists and settings focusing on the automation of the following operational activities:

  1. Gain insights.
  2. Clean-up.
  3. Inform (new) makers.
  4. Specific admin activities.

So what makes Power Platform Booster more interesting besides these functionalities?

It has been designed from the ground up with the following design criteria:

  1. API request optimization.
  2. Reduce the chance of SharePoint throttling.
  3. Data stays in own Tenant.

Power Platform Booster uses standard connectors only and has 2000 object items as a maximum. The following objects are included:

  1. Canvas apps.
  2. Cloud flows.
  3. Environments.
  4. Makers.

And last but not least, Power Platform Booster is offered under the MIT license (Open source).

More information is given on the following pages:

  1. What’s in Power Platform Booster?
  2. Setup Power Platform Booster
  3. How to use Power Platform Booster?
  4. Power Platform Booster API request optimization mechanisms
  5. Power Platform Booster API request optimization
  6. Power Platform Booster SharePoint throttling reduction
  7. The Power Platform Booster roadmap
  8. Power Platform Booster release notes
  9. Power Platform Booster F.A.Q.
  10. Power Platform Booster message center