Developing for Dynamics GP

by David Musgrave (Perth, WA, Australia) and the Microsoft Dynamics GP Developer Support Team (Fargo, ND, USA)

Microsoft Dynamics GP in "The Cloud"

Microsoft Dynamics GP in "The Cloud"

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David Meego - Click for blog homepageIt is a well-known fact that Microsoft Dynamics GP has been available via the cloud from hosting providers for many years now. However, the technical requirements of this environment have been somewhat of a mystery to Partners who have not previously been involved as a service provider. 

We all know the importance of helping our Partners and Customers realize the benefits of the cloud, and the questions of how Microsoft Dynamics GP can be delivered remotely continue to increase. We are happy to report we have a NEW resource to help Partners answer these questions and more!

The Microsoft Dynamics GP Hosting Guide is a technical White Paper focused on sharing the best practices for planning, building, and deploying a hosted service for Microsoft Dynamics GP. 

Please use this technical guide with your interested Dynamics GP Partners, ISV’s or Hosting Providers to help them understand the benefits and best practices of building a hosted service for Microsoft Dynamics GP!

For more information see: We've got our head in the clouds... on the Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP blog.

Thanks to Andy Westby and Daryl Anderson for creating this great white paper.

David

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