2 Dec’16

Dynamics 365, EnterpriseDeploy Dynamics 365 Operations Environment using LCS

In this blog article, we will see how we can create a Project and Deploy a Dynamics 365 Operations Environment using Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services.

Prerequisites:

  1. Lifecycle Service Account
  2. Azure Subscription

Steps:

  1. Create a new project in Lifecycle Service Account.
  2. Azure Settings
  3. Deploy Environment.

Create New project in Lifecycle Services

  1. Navigate to https://lcs.dynamics.com/Logon/Index
  2. Click Sign in.
  3. Loginwith the account you used to subscribe.
  4. Click the icon to create a new project.
  5. Select the project type- “Migrate, create solutions and learn Dynamics 365 for operations”. See below screenshot for reference.
  6. Enter the project information and then clickCreate.

Azure Settings:

  1. Follow this link to setup your Azure connector settings, https://ax.help.dynamics.com/en/wiki/arm-onboarding/

Deploy Environments:

  1. In newly created Project, go to Environmentssection, click the plus sign (+). Refer screenshot below
  2. You can click either the Downloadlink to download the VHD or Next to deploy on Azure. Azure is the preferred path.
  3. Enter the environment name. Read the terms, and then select the check box to indicate you understand them.
  4. Click Next.
  5. Confirm the details, and then click Deploy.

So, this will deploy the D365 Operations Environment. Let me know your reviews. I will soon come up with more articles, as I further explore D365 Operations.

 

Written by

Amol Bhad

ERP Technical Consultant

2 thoughts on “Deploy Dynamics 365 Operations Environment using LCS”

  1. I opened Life Cycle services and created a new project.
    But from Product Name and Product Version there is no option for ” Dynamics 365 For Operations “.
    It is only showing “Microsoft Dynamics NAV” .
    Please guide me.

    1. Hi Dhruvin,

      Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations is available only to existing Microsoft Dynamics 365 channel partners and customers who are currently enrolled in the Business Ready Enhancement Plan (BREP) service plan.

      It seems you are not a partner or a customer. So, you are not able to see the option for D365 Operations.

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