While every team is unique, one thing that is consistent is that every team will need a variety of apps and tools to get their work done. Since there is no such thing as a universal tool for work, the extensibility of the Teams platform delivers a universal hub for teamwork to infuse all those tools, together.
The Graph API and the Teams PowerShell cmdlets allow us to govern the whole lifecycle of Teams in the organization. This session also introduces extension points like tabs, connectors and bots. By using the built-in App Studio in Teams we can bundle these to tenant wide apps. With Teams, you can extend your own app or Services by allowing it to render inside of Teams in a variety of means and reach your audience in a new way.
Thomas Gölles works as Team Lead for Modern Workplace Solutions at Solvion. He has worked as a developer, architect, consultant and team lead through his career. As an active member of the Microsoft365 community and Microsoft MVP, he is co-organiser of SharePoint Saturday Vienna, Office 365 Meetup Graz, Office 365 Meetup Vienna.