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A full 12 months deprecation notice period is promised...
From April 2019, advance releases will be available for non-production / sandbox environments enabling administrators to test major updates by performing code checks, and validating apps and customisations.
Once these checks are made, admins can proceed with their scheduled production update.
This sounds fairly similar to the customer driven update process but there is one important difference.
For priority access to latest Dynamics 365 updates, the Microsoft Insider program is recommended.
As a summary, from April 2019 this process will involve: Whilst this structure is clear enough, the precise release timelines have yet to be announced.First up, is the October 2018 update for Customer Engagement apps.Dynamics 365 Online v9.1 will roll out from 1 October 2018.With Microsoft not promoting advance access to validate the October 2018 update in a sandbox environment, the Insider program is the next best solution to leverage its testing tools weeks before its production release.As the October update does not remove any deprecated features we trust this will not be as impactful in comparison to the original v9.0.0 update which also saw the introduction of a refreshed web UI.
This will enable telemetry to be actively monitored, and feedback collected, throughout the update process as this is gradually extended to more stations / rings.