Power Platform overview
In this module, you will learn the basics of the Power Platform. You will tour the various administrator portals and install applications.
- Configure Power Platform environments
- Creating applications
- Discovery and planning
In this module you will learn how to model data effectively using the platform’s entities, attributes and relationships.
- Data model fundamentals
- Other entity options
- Other field options
In this module you will learn about model driven applications and how to configure and use them.
- Configure model-driven apps
- Configure model-driven forms
- Configure views
- Configure model-driven charts
- Configure model-driven dashboards
- Configure reports
In this module you will learn how to create and use canvas apps, as well as learn the differences between canvas apps and model-driven.
- Application fundamentals
- Working with data and services
- Customizing the user experience
- Integration with model-driven apps
In this module you will learn how the platform’s security model manages users’ experiences and access to both data and functionality.
- Security overview
- Business units
- Manage security roles
- Manage teams
- Configure hierarchy security
Platform Automation Overview
In this module you will learn the basics of the Power Platform automation capabilities.
In this module you will learn how to build and use business rules and how they work alongside other platform automations.
- Introduction to business rules
- Additional business rule details
In this module you will learn how to build and use workflows and how they work alongside other platform automations.
- Introduction to workflows
- Building workflows
- Advanced workflows
In this module you will learn how to build and use Microsoft Flows and how they work alongside other platform automations.
- Introduction to Microsoft Flow
- Other Flow concepts
- Working with CDS
- Building approval flows
- Starting from apps
- Flow deployment considerations
Business Process Flows
In this module you will learn how to build and use business process flows and how they work alongside other platform automations.
- Introduction to business process flows
- Configure business process flows
- Additional business process flow details
Introduction to integrations
In this module you will learn the basics of the Power Platform integration capabilities. You will learn how to configure and use email integrations.
- Overview of common scenarios
- Email integration
- Outlook integration
Integration with Office
In this module you will learn how to integrate with common Office products like OneNote, Word and Excel.
- Microsoft Teams
- Additional integrations
In this module you will learn how to import and export data for the Power Platform and create and use data maps.
- Managing data overview
- Duplicate detection
- Importing data
- Exporting data
- Bulk delete
Manage Instances and Applications
In this module you will learn how to enable and update first-party applications; install third-party apps and configure using admin portals.
- Manage applications
In this module you will learn how to create, manage and deploy solutions.
- Solution concepts
- Planning and creating solutions
- Working with solution components
- Distributing solutions
- Working with managed solutions
Additional Deployment Considerations
In this module you will learn how to configure for mobile and deploy components such as Microsoft Flow.
- Configure settings
- Mobile configuration settings
- Mobile configuration
The Microsoft Power Platform helps organizations optimize their operations by automating routine tasks and standardizing best practices. This training provides a high-level overview of the capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform and provides a foundation for other Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Power Platform training offerings. High-level topics include application configuration, automation opportunities, integration, testing, and deployment.
A Dynamics 365 Functional Consultant is responsible for performing discovery, capturing requirements, engaging subject matter experts and stakeholders, translating requirements, and configuring the solution and applications. The Functional Consultant implements a solution using out of the box capabilities, codeless extensibility, application and service integrations.