If you are new to using Dynamics 365 and if you are looking to check how much storage is being utilized in Dynamics 365, here’s how you can check it –
Power Platform Admin Center
Here’s how you check the storage utilization of your Dynamics 365 / Dataverse instances in your tenant –
- Provided you have the right access, navigate to the Power Platform Admin Center (https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com/environments)
Now, expand the Resources section which would be collapsed as pointed in the screenshot below.
- Under Resources, you’ll find Capacity section under the same.
- When in Capacity, you’ll see Dataverse section. Although, you’ll still find the summary but not in detailed numbers.
- In Dataverse section, you’ll see the list of you Dataverse / Dynamics 365 CRM instances listed and having a summary of their current storage utilization. You can click on the graph icon to further drill down into the details.
- Let’s say – I’m into CFT158 environment, so – I’ll see all the details of that environment.
Also, notice the hamburger menu on the top left.
- Clicking on the hamburger menu, you’ll see some options which you can use to view/get this data.
One important one is to get the details of all the tables (Since only top 10 tables are listed in the view you see)
- Let’s say you clicked on Downloaded all tables as shown in the screenshot above, a CSV file will be exported on your system and will contain all the tables’ storage utilization and not just top 10 tables.
- Also, here’s a Microsoft Docs link on detailed explanation of how you can utilize the Storage details – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/power-platform/admin/legacy-capacity-storage#environment-capacity-analytics?WT.mc_id=DX-MVP-5003911
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