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Course Outline

PL-600: Microsoft Power Platform Solution Architect

PL600: Microsoft Power Platform Solution Architect

Course Contents

Module 1: Becoming a Solution Architect/Getting to know your customer

Lessons
•   Define a Solution Architect
•   Role of a Solution Architect on projects
•   Project Methodology
•   Getting to know your customer
•   Group exercise – Getting to know your customer

Module 2: Conceptualizing the design from requirements

Lessons
•   How to lead the requirement collection effort
•   Using fit gap analysis
•   Pillars of good architecture
•   Blueprinting the solution architecture
•   Group exercise – Design from requirements

Module 3: Project governance and working as a team

Lessons
•   Solution Architect’s role in project governance
•   Techniques for keeping a project on track
•   Scenarios that could cause a project to fail
•   Group exercise – Project governance and working as a team

Module 4: Microsoft Power Platform Architecture

Lessons
•   Key Microsoft Power Platform architecture components
•   Understand how platform design and limits influence solution architectures
•   Updates and feature releases
•   Understand how to communicate how the platform meets customer needs

Module 5: Data Modeling

Lessons
•   Data model influences
•   Data model strategy
•   Data types
•   Data relationships
•   Group exercise – Data modeling

Module 6: Analytics and artificial intelligence

Lessons
•   Planning and evaluating requirements
•   Operational reporting
•   Power BI
•   Enterprise BI
•   Pre-built insights and custom AI

Module 7: Power Apps Architecture

Lessons
•   Discuss options for apps and how to choose where to start
•   Discuss app composition options
•   Using components as part of your app architecture
•   Considerations for including Portals as an app in your architecture
•   Group exercise – Power Apps Architecture topics

Module 8: Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)

Lessons
•   Microsoft vision and Solution Architect’s role in ALM
•   Environment strategies
•   Defining a solution structure for your deliverable
Lab: ALM Hands-on Lab

Module 9: Power Automate Architecture

Lessons
•   Discuss options for automation and custom logic
•   Review considerations for using triggers and common actions
•   Explore using Business Process Flows (BPF) to guide users through business processes
•   Group Exercise – Evaluate scenarios for Power Automate usage

Module 10: Security Modeling

Lessons
•   Solution Architect’s role in security modeling
•   Discovery and learning your client’s environment
•   Controlling access to environments and resources
•   Controlling access to CDS Data
•   Group Exercise – Security Modeling

Module 11: Integration

Lessons
•   Solution Architects role in Integrations
•   What is an integration and why do we need it
•   Platform features that enable integration
•   CDS Event Publishing
•   Scenarios for group discussion

Module 12: Dynamics 365 Applications Architecture

Lessons
•   Solution Architect’s role when deploying Dynamics 365 apps
•   Architecture Considerations for primary apps
•   Group Exercise – App specific working groups evaluate requirements

Module 13: Power Virtual Agents architecture

Lessons
•   Introduction
•   Chatbot options
•   Chatbot concepts
•   Best practices
•   Integrate chatbots
•   Power Virtual Agents in Microsoft Teams

Module 14: Robotic Process Automation

Lessons
•   Introduction
•   Power Automate Desktop
•   Recording and editing tasks
•   Running desktop flows
•   Process advisor

Module 15: Testing and Go Live

Lessons
•   Solution Architect’s role with testing and go live
•   Planning for testing
•   Planning for go live

Price per delegate

£1995

Scheduled Classes

Indicia Training, Glasgow:

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