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What’s Not Possible On ServiceNow Personal Development Instance (PDI)?

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Welcome to this article of ServiceNow Spectaculars.

In this article, we understand the limitations of ServiceNow PDI.

While a personal development instance in ServiceNow provides a lot of flexibility for learning, experimentation, and development, there are some limitations and restrictions to be aware of.

Here are a few things that you cannot do on a personal development instance:

  • Use it for production: Personal development instances are to be used for non-production use only. You cannot use it as a production environment for your organization.
  • Store sensitive data: Personal development instances should not be used for storing sensitive or confidential data. You should avoid storing any personal, financial, or other sensitive information on your instance.
  • Use for performance testing: Personal development instances have limited resources compared to production instances. You should not use it for load testing or performance testing.
  • Backup /disaster recovery site: Should not be used as backup site for your production environment.
  • Use it for commercial purposes: Personal development instances are provided for non-commercial use only. You cannot use it to offer commercial services or products to third parties.
  • Access paid plugins or applications: Personal development instances do not come with access to paid plugins or applications. You cannot install or use paid plugins or applications on your instance.
  • Modify system properties: Personal development instances do not allow modification of some system properties, including system email addresses and instance URLs.

These are some of the key limitations of a personal development instance in ServiceNow. It’s important to follow the ServiceNow terms of use and guidelines to ensure that you use your personal instance appropriately and effectively.

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