PL-900: Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals

About PL-900: Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals

 

Candidates for this exam are users who aspire to improve productivity by automating business processes, analyzing data to produce business insights, and acting more effectively by creating simple app experiences.

This exam covers the following: Describe the Power Platform components: Power Apps, Power BI, Microsoft Flow, Common Data Service (CDS), connectors, and AI builder; describe cross-cloud scenarios with representation across Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, Microsoft Azure, and third-party services; identify benefits and capabilities of Power Platform; identify the basic functionality and business value Power Platform components; implement simple solutions with Microsoft Flow, Power BI, and AI Builder; and create a basic app in a no-code environment.

Delivery

Instructor-led classroom or online training. Classroom training is hosted at The CRM Team training suite, Allandale Offices, Waterfall Drive. 

Course Content
1. Understand the business value of Power Platform

Describe the value of Power Platform applications
May include but is not limited to:
• analyze data by using Power BI
• act with Power Apps
• build solutions that use Common Data Service (CDS)
• automate with Microsoft Flow
• interoperate with external systems and data
Describe the value of connecting business solutions
May include but is not limited to describing the benefits of connecting:
• Dynamics 365
• Microsoft 365
• Microsoft Azure
• third-party services and apps
Understand Power Platform administration and security
May include but is not limited to:
• understand how Power Platform implements security
• understand Power Platform as a service
• describe how to manage apps and users
• describe admin centers
• understand how the platform supports compliance

2. Understand the Core Components of Power Platform

Understand Common Data Services
May include but is not limited to:
• user experience vs unique job role using Power Apps
• identify entities, fields, and relationships
• describe environments
• describe use cases and limitations of Business process flows
• describe use cases and limitations of business rules
• describe the Common Data Model (CDM)
• identify common standard entities
Understand Connectors
May include but is not limited to:
• describe uses for and types of triggers
• describe actions
• describe connectors
• identify use cases for custom connectors
Understand AI Builder
May include but is not limited to:
• identify the business value of AI Builder
• describe models
• consumption by the Power Platform

3. Demonstrate the business value of Power BI 

Understand common components in Power BI
May include but is not limited to:
• identify and describe uses for visualization controls
• describe types of filters
• describe Tabs
• custom visuals
• compare and contrast dashboards and workspaces
• compare and contrast Power BI Desktop and Power BI Service
Connect to and consume data
May include but is not limited to:
• combine multiple data sources
• clean and transform data
• describe and implement aggregate functions
• identify available types of data sources
• describe and consume shared datasets and template apps
Build a basic dashboard using Power BI
May include but is not limited to:
• design a Power BI dashboard
• design data layout and mapping
• publish and share reports and dashboards

4. Demonstrate the business value of Power Apps

Understand common components in Power Apps
May include but is not limited to:
• describe canvas apps
• describe model-driven apps
• identify and describe controls
• understand uses for templates
• understand use cases for formulas
Build a basic canvas app
May include but is not limited to:
• connect to data
• use controls to design the user experience
• describe the customer journey
• publish and share an app
Understand Power Apps portals
May include but is not limited to:
• describe use case for and the business value of portals
• describe how to extend CDS data, use controls, and embed Power BI objects

5. Demonstrate the business value of Microsoft Flow

Understand the common components of Microsoft Flow
May include but is not limited to describing the use cases for Flow components:
• flow types
• templates
• connectors
• triggers
• conditions
• expressions
• approvals
Build a basic flow
May include but is not limited to:
• create a business process flow
• implement a Microsoft Flow template
• modify a flow
• run a flow
• export a flow to Logic Apps

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