There are no prerequisites for this course
Delegates will learn how to
- Describe the Power Platform components: Power Apps, Power BI and Microsoft Automate
- Describe the Power Platform components: Common Data Service, Connectors and AI builder
- Describe cross-cloud scenarios across M365, Dynamics 365, Microsoft Azure and 3rd party services
- Identify benefits and capabilities of Power Platform
- Identify the basic functionality and business value Power Platform components
- Implement simple solutions with Power Apps, Power Automate, Power BI, and Power Virtual Agents
- Power Platform Overview
- Module Summary
- Identify when to use each Power Platform component application to create business solutions
- Learn the value of using Power Platform to create business solutions
- Learn the components and features of Power Platform
- Common Data Service Overview
- Module Summary
- Lab : Data Modeling
- Create Solution
- Create Entities and Relationships
- Import Data
- Descibe the difference between Common Data Service and Common Data Model
- Explain use cases and limitations of business rules and process flows
- Explain what environments, entities, fields, and relationships are in common data service
- Introduction to Power Apps
- How to build a canvas app
- How to build a model-driven app
- Introduction to Power Apps portals
- Lab : How to build a canvas app, part 1
- Create Staff Canvas App
- Complete the App
- Lab : How to build a canvas app, part 2
- Create Security Canvas App
- Lab : How to build a model-driven app
- Customize Views and Forms
- Create Model-Driven Application
- Lab : How to build a Power Apps portal
- Provision a Power Apps portal
- Create a Portal Webpage
- Change the Portal Theme
- Learn how other organizations digitize their processes using Power Apps
- See Power Apps in action and learn options for making your first app
- Learn about what Power Apps is and its business value
- Power Automate Overview
- How to Build an Automated Solution
- Lab : Power Automate
- Create Visit Notification flow
- Create Security Sweep Flow
- See how Power Automate works and looks from the user's perspective
- Build a simple flow
- Learn the business value and features of Power Automate
- Power BI Overview
- How to Build a Simple Dashboard
- Lab : How to build a simple dashboard
- Create Power BI Report
- Create Power BI Dashboard
- See how Power BI works and looks from the user's perspective
- Learn how to build a simple Power BI dashboard
- Describe the business value and features of Power BI
- Power Virtual Agents overview
- How to build a chatbot
- Lab : How to build a basic chatbot
- Sign up for PVA and Create a New Bot
- Create topics
- Test topics
- Change the greeting
- Publish the bot
- Describe the business value and features of Power Virtual Agents
- Build a basic chatbot
- Learn essential components that make up Power Virtual Agents and chatbots
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