Exam PL-900: Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals - Learn

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1. Describe the business value of Power Platform (15-20%)

1.1. Describe the business value of Power Platform services

1.1.1. - analyze data by using Power BI

1.1.2. - act with Power Apps

1.1.3. - build solutions that use Microsoft Dataverse

1.1.4. - create flows by using Power Automate

1.1.5. - use connectors to access services and data

1.1.6. - create powerful chatbots by using a guided, no-code graphical interface

1.2. Describe the business value of extending business solutions by using Power Platform

1.2.1. - describe how Dynamics 365 apps can accelerate delivery of Power Platform business solutions

1.2.2. - describe how Power Platform business solutions can be used by Microsoft 365 apps including Microsoft Teams

1.2.3. - describe how Power Platform business solutions can consume Microsoft 365 services

1.2.4. - describe how Power Platform business solutions can consume Microsoft Azure services including Azure Cognitive Services- describe how Power Platform business solutions can consume third-party apps and services

1.3. Describe Power Platform administration and security

1.3.1. - describe how Power Platform implements security including awareness of Microsoft

1.4. Dataverse security roles, Azure Identity Services, and Access Management (IAM)

1.4.1. - describe how to manage apps and users

1.4.2. - describe environments

1.4.3. - describe where to perform specific administrative tasks including Power Platform Admin center, Microsoft 365 admin center

1.4.4. - describe Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies

1.4.5. - describe how the platform supports privacy and accessibility guidelines

2. Identify the Core Components of Power Platform (15-20%)

2.1. Describe Microsoft Dataverse

2.1.1. - describe the Power Apps user experience

2.1.2. - describe tables, columns, and relationships

2.1.3. - describe use cases for solutions

2.1.4. - describe use cases and limitations of business rules

2.1.5. - describe the Common Data Model (CDM)

2.1.6. - describe how to use common standard tables to describe people, places, and things

2.2. Describe Connectors

2.2.1. - describe the native Dataverse connection experience

2.2.2. - describe triggers including trigger types and where triggers are used

2.2.3. - describe actions

2.2.4. - describe licensing options for connectors including standard or premium tier

2.2.5. - Identify use cases for custom connectors

2.3. Describe AI Builder

2.3.1. - identify the business value of AI Builder

2.3.2. - describe models including business card reader, detection model, form processing model, and prediction model

2.3.3. - describe how the Power Apps and Power Automate can consume AI Builder data

3. Demonstrate the capabilities of Power BI (15-20%)

3.1. Identify common Power BI components- identify and describe uses for visualization controls including pie, bar, donut, and scatter plots and KPIs

3.1.1. - describe types of filters

3.1.2. - describe the Power BI Desktop Reports, Data, and Model tabs

3.1.3. - describe uses for custom visuals including charts or controls

3.2. Compare and contrast dashboards and workspaces

3.2.1. - compare and contrast Power BI Desktop and Power BI Service

3.2.2. - compare and contrast dashboards, workspaces, and reports

3.3. Connect to and consume data

3.3.1. - combine multiple data sources

3.3.2. - clean and transform data

3.3.3. - describe and implement aggregate functions

3.3.4. - identify available types of data sources including Microsoft Excel

3.3.5. - describe use cases for shared datasets and template apps and how to consume each

3.4. Build a basic dashboard using Power BI

3.4.1. - design a Power BI dashboard

3.4.2. - design data layout and mapping

3.4.3. - publish and share reports and dashboards

4. Demonstrate the capabilities of Power Apps (15-20%)

4.1. Identify common Power Apps components

4.1.1. - describe differences between canvas apps and model-driven apps

4.1.2. - describe portal apps

4.1.3. - identify and describe types of reusable components including canvas component libraries and Power Apps Component Framework (PCF) components

4.1.4. - describe use cases for formulas

4.2. Build a basic canvas app

4.2.1. - describe types of data sources

4.2.2. - connect to data by using connectors

4.2.3. - combine multiple data sources

4.2.4. - use controls to design the user experience

4.2.5. - describe the customer journey

4.2.6. - publish and share an app

4.3. Describe Power Apps portals- create a portal by using a template

4.3.1. - describe common portal customizations

4.3.2. - identify differences in portal behavior based on whether a user is authenticated

4.3.3. - apply a theme to a portal

4.4. Build a basic model-driven app

4.4.1. - add tables to app navigation

4.4.2. - modify forms and views

4.4.3. - publish and share an app

5. Demonstrate the capabilities of Power Automate (15-20%)

5.1. Identify common Power Automate components

5.1.1. - identify flow types

5.1.2. - describe use cases for flows and available flow templates

5.1.3. - describe how Power Automate uses connectors

5.1.4. - describe loops and conditions including switch, do until, and apply to each

5.1.5. - describe expressions

5.1.6. - describe approvals

5.2. Build a basic flow

5.2.1. - create a flow by using the button, automated, or scheduled flow template

5.2.2. - modify a flow

5.2.3. - use flow controls to perform data operations

5.2.4. - run a flow

5.2.5. - modify a flow

6. Demonstrate the capabilities of Power Virtual Agents (10-15%)

6.1. Describe Power Virtual Agents capabilities

6.1.1. - describe use cases for Power Virtual Agents

6.1.2. - describe where you can publish chatbots

6.1.3. - describe topics, entities and actions

6.1.4. - describe message nodes, question nodes, conditions, trigger phrases, and the authoring canvas

6.1.5. - identify common pre-built entities

6.2. Build and publish a basic chatbot

6.2.1. - create a chatbot- create a topic

6.2.2. - call an action

6.2.3. - test a chatbot

6.2.4. - publish a chatbot

6.2.5. - monitor chatbot usage

6.2.6. - monitor chatbot performance