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This practice test contains multiple questions to help you get better results when taking the PL-900 exam.
About the Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals PL-900 certification
Candidates for the PL-900 exam are users who want to improve productivity by automating business processes, analyzing data to produce business insights, and acting more effectively by creating simple application experiences.
- Describe the business value of Power Platform .
- Identify the core components of Power Platform.
- Demonstrate the capabilities of Power BI .
- Describe the capabilities of Power Apps.
- Demonstrate the capabilities of Power Automate.
- Demonstrate the business value of Power Virtual Agents.
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The Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals or PL-900 important domains,
- Business value of Power Platform
- Identification of core components in Power Platform
- Business capabilities of Power BI
- Business value of Power Apps
- Business value of Power Automate
- Business value of Power Virtual Agents
Describing the value of Power Platform applications
- Firstly, analyzing data by using Power BI
- acting with Power Apps
- building solutions that use Microsoft Dataverse
- Then, automating with Power Automate
- After that, interoperating with external systems and data
- Finally, creating powerful chatbots using a guided, no-code graphical interface
Describe the business value of extending business solutions by using Power Platform
- describe how Dynamics 365 apps can accelerate delivery of Power Platform business solutions
- describe how Power Platform business solutions can be used by Microsoft 365 apps including Microsoft Teams
- describing how Power Platform business solutions can consume Microsoft 365 services
- describing 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
Describe Power Platform administration and security
- describing how Power Platform implements security including awareness of Microsoft Dataverse security roles, Azure Identity Services, and Access Management (IAM)
- describe how to manage apps and users
- describe environments
- describing where to perform specific administrative tasks including Power Platform Admin center, Microsoft 365 admin center
Identify the Core Components of Power Platform
Describe Microsoft Dataverse
- Firstly, describing the Power Apps user experience
- identifying tables, columns, and relationships
- describing environments
- Then, explaining use cases and limitations of business process flows
- explaining use cases and limitations of business rules
- Subsequently, describing the Common Data Model (CDM)
- Finally, describe how to use common standard tables to describe people, places, and things
- describe the native Dataverse connection experience
- describe triggers including trigger types and where triggers are used
- describing actions
- describe licensing options for connectors including standard or premium tier Identify use cases for custom connectors
Demonstrate the capabilities of Power BI
Identifying common Power BI components
- identify and describe uses for visualization controls including pie, bar, donut, and scatter plots and KPIs
- describe types of filters
- describing the Power BI Desktop Reports, Data, and Model tabs
- describe uses for custom visuals including charts or controls Compare and contrast dashboards and workspaces
- compare and contrast Power BI Desktop and Power BI Service
- compare and contrast dashboards, workspaces, and reports
Connect to and consume data
- combining multiple data sources
- cleaning and transforming data
- describing and implementing aggregate functions
- identifying available types of data sources
- describing and consuming shared datasets and template apps
Building a basic dashboard using Power BI
- designing a Power BI dashboard
- designing data layout and mapping
- publishing and sharing reports and dashboards
Demonstrate the capabilities of Power Apps
Identifying common Power Apps components
- Firstly, describe differences between canvas apps and model-driven apps
- describe portal apps
- identify and describe types of reusable components including canvas component libraries and Power Apps Component Framework (PCF) components
- Lastly, describe use cases for formulas
Building a basic canvas app
- describe types of data sources
- connect to data by using connectors
- combine multiple data sources
- use controls to design the user experience
- describe the customer journey
- publish and share an app
Demonstrate the capabilities of Power Automate
Identifying common Power Automate components
- identifying flow types
- describing use cases for flows and available flow templates
- describe how Power Automate uses connectors
- describing loops and conditions including switch, do until, and apply to each
- describe expressions
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