Power Platform Fundamentals
Lecture
Ben Stegink
Beginner
4 h 58 m
2020-05-26
Lecture Overview
This course is geared toward the PL-900 exam which focuses a significant amount on business scenarios and uses for the components within the Power Platform. However, to understand which features, functionality, and products to use in the various scenarios presented, you need to understand the products themselves.So, in this course, our goal is to present you with and understanding of each of the components, so that when it does come to the exam, you’ll be able to successfully match up the fundamentals of what you should use when. While some of the demos and slides may go into the technical detail of how to accomplish things, for the purpose of the Power Platform fundamentals exam, you won’t need to know the how everything is built, but when to use the various components we’re building with.

Related Learning Path(s):
PL - 900 Power Platform Fundamentals
Objectives
  • In this course, our goal is to present you with and understanding of each of the components, so that when it does come to the exam, you’ll be able to successfully match up the fundamentals of what you should use when. While some of the demos and slides may go into the technical detail of how to accomplish things, for the purpose of the Power Platform fundamentals exam, you won’t need to know the how everything is built, but when to use the various components we’re building with.
Lecture Modules
In this first module, we’re going to go over an introduction to the Power Platform. We’ll start with what exactly is the Power Platform and what applications and services are included. Next, we have how to connect the Power Platform to business solutions. We’ll wrap up this module with administering and securing the platform and what you need to be aware of there. 
We will start this module off with discussing the Common Data Service (CDS), We will the move to Connectors and close out with the AI Builder.
The third module will be all about Power BI. We’ll look at some of the common components of Power BI, host to connect to and consume data and wrap up with how to build a basic dashboard in Power BI.

In the fourth module of this course, we will cover understanding common components in Power Apps and Canvas Apps. We will finish up with the Power App Portal.

The last module in this course will cover understanding common components in Power Automate and how to build a basic Flow.
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