PowerApps Consulting Services Development

When deciding on a Dynamics 365 PowerApps Development Consulting company, or determining what is the best quality Microsoft PowerApps Consulting Service there is a lot to take into account. Learn how our PowerApps Consulting services can help you and your enterprise right now.


PowerApps Consulting Services

Besides Microsoft PowerApps Consulting, Dynamics Edge also has a deep background and company culture related to Microsoft PowerApps and Flow Training & Mentoring as well as Microsoft PowerApps webinars and demos. We can really get you the tailored PowerApps help you truly need. Dynamics Edge is the PowerApps Flow Consultant you should choose for your PowerApps strategies and projects. Click the image or link above, or please read on, to learn about how Dynamics Edge’s quality PowerApps and Microsoft Flow Consulting Services can help you succeed. In this article we’ll be going over some of why it’s important to choose a great PowerApps consultant partner.

Do you think you may need help developing PowerApps through Dynamics CRM integration? We also offer custom business PowerApps Development Consulting and implementation services for that as well.

So you may be looking for PowerApps Custom Apps Consulting Partners – who should you choose anyway and what should be the factors contributing to your final decision to choose a PowerApps Consultant Partner? Well, lick the link above or call or contact us for more info on our PowerApps development consulting services and options. From the basics like what is PowerApps and how to get started with Microsoft Flow and PowerApps, to intermediate concepts and more we got it covered. Get things done like quality intelligent native mobile private intranet and public internet rich and responsive applications using Microsoft Office 365 SharePoint sites, SharePoint Lists. You can also utilize Microsoft Flow and Microsoft PowerApps Custom Apps, as well as engage in advanced PowerApps development – whatever it is, we’ve got what you need and want at Dynamics Edge with our PowerApps implementation consultant offerings. When seeking out for a high-quality PowerApps consultant, do you need help with projects that involve splitting a string in Microsoft Flow and PowerApps? Is it related to converting a Legacy InfoPath form to Microsoft Flow? Whether it’s that, Role Based Security in Microsoft PowerApps, or whether it’s something like debugging using InsertRecordFlow or Split, publishing on AppSource, or any other complex task, you need to know a few things first. One of the most important steps is first and foremost, the big picture or overall strategy. After that the implementation skill and development detail is equally as important in ways that fulfill that big picture and ensure a smooth, consistent delivery of your custom implementation or instruction in a very high quality way. If you request PowerApps IoT Consulting from us, we’ll show you how you can leverage the Internet of Things and PowerApps to get your PowerApps Business Applications well-connected to internet-enabled modernized devices such as internet applicances, special gateways and more that may be located all over the globe.

Our Microsoft PowerApps SharePoint Integration and Microsoft Flow Deep Integration Consulting covers your checklist when you need deep inter-product integration with your applications and with your data. Wherever you have needs like repeating sections, table, galleries or more, Dynamics Edge is here to help with PowerApps consulting. If you to need PowerApps Emergency Consulting Services – don’t dial 911 – contact or call Dynamics Edge for quality PowerApps help, support, and custom services just for you.

We can offer PowerApps Consulting live, virtually with a consultant expert in real time, or, in-person on-site at either your location (depending on your project) or at one of our locations such as PowerApps Consulting Santa Clara, California or one of our other locations.

MS-900T01 Microsoft 365 Fundamentals

MS-900T01 Microsoft Azure Training DE Course 9001.

Modern Workplace Microsoft 365 Fundamentals Badge Path Fundamentals Exam MS-900

For pricing, schedule and info, as of May 2019 we recommend you check out DE 900900 (MS-900) Microsoft 365 Fundamentals by clicking or tapping on this link, or clicking or tapping on the badge image – this updated course MS-900 helps you prepare for Official Microsoft 365 Certification Exam MS-900: Microsoft 365 Fundamentals – and this course also helps you prepare to earn the Microsoft 365 Fundamentals badge.

MS-900T01 Microsoft 365 Fundamentals
About this course:
This course provides foundational knowledge on the considerations and benefits of adopting cloud services and the Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud model, with a specific focus on Microsoft 365 cloud service offerings. You will begin by learning about cloud fundamentals, including an overview of cloud computing and specifically Microsoft cloud services. You will be introduced to Microsoft Azure, and you will examine the differences between Microsoft 365 and Office 365. You will then perform an in-depth review of Microsoft 365, including a comparison of Microsoft on-premises services versus Microsoft 365 cloud services, a review of enterprise mobility in Microsoft 365, and an analysis of how Microsoft 365 services provide collaboration. The course then analyzes how security, compliance, privacy, and trust are handled in Microsoft 365, and it concludes with a review of Microsoft 365 subscriptions, licenses, billing, and support.

Course Objective:
Differentiate between the various cloud service models
Identify the key differences between Microsoft 365 and Office 365
Plan for migration to Microsoft 365 services
Identify key differences between Microsoft on-premises services vs. Microsoft 365 cloud services
Define enterprise mobility in Microsoft 365
Identify how Microsoft 365 services provide collaboration
Understand identities, including cloud, on-premises, and hybrid identity
Understand cloud device management and protection, including the use of Intune
Understand data protection, including the use of Azure Information Protection
Describe compliance in general and the compliance features in Microsoft 365
Describe Microsoft 365 subscriptions, licenses, billing, and support
Audience:
This course is designed for IT Professionals who aspire to deploy and manage cloud services in their organization, or who are simply looking to acquire foundational knowledge on cloud fundamentals. This includes the considerations and benefits of adopting cloud services in general and the Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud model specifically, with a general focus on Microsoft 365 cloud service offerings.

Prerequisite:
This course is designed for IT Professionals who aspire to deploy and manage cloud services in their organization. Students should have the following background:

General IT knowledge or any general experience working in an IT environment

General (sales level) experience on corresponding Microsoft on-premises products, such as Exchange Server, SharePoint, Office Professional, AD RMS and others

Experience addressing business/legal/security requirements for IT

Module 1: Understanding Cloud Fundamentals
Lessons
Cloud Computing Overview
Microsoft Cloud Services
Migration to cloud services
Lab : Cloud Fundamentals
Exercise 1: Determine the appropriate cloud model (paper-based lab)

Module 2: Microsoft 365 Fundamentals
Lessons
Microsoft 365 core services
Microsoft on-premise services vs. Microsoft 365 cloud services
Enterprise Mobility in Microsoft 365
Collaboration in Microsoft 365
Lab : Enabling and configuring a Microsoft 365 tenant
Exercise 1: Activating and configuring a Microsoft 365 tenant

Exercise 2: Exploring the Microsoft 365 user and admin portal

Exercise 3: Configuring new user and group accounts

Module 3: Security, Compliance, Privacy and Trust in Microsoft 365
Lessons
Organization security overview
Identity basics
Devices and data protection
Compliance in Microsoft 365
Lab : Security in Microsoft 365
Exercise1: Managing users and devices in Azure Active Directory

Exercise2: Evaluate Identity Protection

Exercise3: Explore tools for compliance

Module 4: Subscriptions and support in Microsoft 365

Lessons
Microsoft 365 Subscriptions, licenses, and billing
Support in Microsoft 365
Lab : Managing subscriptions, licensing and support in M365
Exercise 1: Explore interfaces for billing and subscriptions

Exercise 2: Add trial licenses to the tenant

Exercise 3: Review support options

*NOTE: if an average rating and rating count are shown on this page, they are based on all reviews associated with Dynamics Edge that are shown on the review page, and are not restricted to reviews only for the particular course offered on this page.

Course AZ-900T01-A: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals DE 90001

Azure Training Course AZ-900T01-A: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Course is offered by Dynamics Edge under DE Course Number 90001.

Microsoft Windows Azure Training Course Number AZ-900T01-A DE Course Number 90001 https://www.dynamicsedge.com/crs/90001 for more info.

This course will provide foundational (foundation-level) knowledge of Azure cloud services and how those services are provided with Microsoft Azure. The course can be taken as an optional first step in learning about cloud services and Microsoft Azure, before taking further Microsoft Azure or Microsoft cloud services courses.

The course will cover general cloud computing concepts as well as general cloud computing models and services such as Public, Private and Hybrid cloud and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service(PaaS) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).

It will also cover some core Azure services and solutions, as well as key Azure pillar services concerning security, privacy, compliance and trust. It will finally cover pricing and support services available with Azure.

Audience profile

There are no pre-requisites for taking this course. It is targeted for anyone that wants to learn more about Microsoft Azure.

At course completion

After completing Course AZ-900T01-A, students will be able to:
Understand core services available with Microsoft Azure
Understand security, privacy, compliance and trust with Microsoft Azure
Understand pricing and support models available with Microsoft
Understand general cloud computing concepts

Prerequisites
There are no pre-requisites for taking this course. Technical IT experience is not required however some general IT knowledge or experience would be beneficial.

Course Outline
Module 1: Cloud Concepts
In this module you will learn basic cloud concepts.

Lessons
•Learning Objectives

•Why Cloud Services?

•Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)

For Azure BaaS Training or Blockchain As A Service Training, that’s a separate course – contact Dynamics Edge for more info.

•Public, Private, and Hybrid cloud models

After completing this module, students will be able:

•Understand general cloud computing concepts

Module 2: Core Azure Services
In this module you will learn the basics core services available with Microsoft Azure.

Lessons
•Core Azure architectural components

•Core Azure Services and Products

•Azure Solutions

•Azure management tools

After completing this module, students will be able:

•Understand core services available with Microsoft Azure

Module 3: Security, Privacy, Compliance and Trust
In this module, you learn about security, privacy, compliance, and trust with Microsoft Azure.

Lessons
•Securing network connectivity in Azure

•Core Azure Identity services

•Azure governance methodologies

•Monitoring and Reporting in Azure

•Privacy, Compliance and Data Protection standards in Azure

After completing this module, students will be able:

•Understand security, privacy, compliance and trust with Microsoft Azure

•Security tools and features

Module 4: Azure Pricing and Support
In this module, you will focus on pricing and support models available with Microsoft.

Lessons
•Azure subscriptions

•Planning and managing costs

• Support options available with Azure

•Service lifecycle in Azure

After completing this module, students will be able to:
Understand pricing and support models available with Microsoft

Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Training Core Course Exam MB-200 prep

MB-200T01 Dynamics: Power platform fundamentals

MB-200T02 Dynamics: Power platform automation

MB-200T03 Dynamics: Power platform integrations

MB-200T04 Dynamics: Power platform test and deploy

Note: This Course is in Development and the Outline will be Revised

MB-200T01 Dynamics: Power platform fundamentals: Hands-on session
Note: This Course is in Development and the Outline will be Revised

About this course

This two day instructor-led course provides students who work with PowerApps the skills to create PowerApps. This include the “look and feel” of custom Apps.

The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Dynamics, Excel, SharePoint or SQL Server. These individuals work with data and can benefit from creating custom mobile apps for specific tasks.

Day 1 Course Outline

Module 1: Creating Two PowerApps

PowerApp using Data from Excel as Template
PowerApp linked to a SharePoint List
Module 2: Adding Functionality

Adding Drop Downs in PowerApps
Master Screen for Custom Themes
Making Customizations to Galleries
Module 3: Working with Forms

Designing and Customizing Forms in PowerApps
Adding Custom Buttons to PowerApps
Understanding Data Cards
Adding Detail Screens, Edit Screens, and New Screens
Associating Screens with each other
Required data and managing errors
Module 4: PowerApps Administration

Administering PowerApps
PowerApps in the Enterprise
Manage licenses in your org
View apps in your environments
Manage apps in your org
Move an app between tenants or environments
PowerShell support for PowerApps (preview)
Module 5: Administer environments

Environments overview
Regions overview
Create an environment
Create a database
Preview environments
Responding to DSR requests
System-generated logs
PowerApps customer data
CDS for Apps customer data
Module 6: Manage subscriptions and accounts

View active users in your tenant
Configure environment security
Introduction to data groups
Create a DLP policy
Manage DLP policies
Day 2 – Course Description About this course

This course instructor-led course provides students who work with Power BI the skills to Administer, Extend, Link to Databases and Run PowerShell Scripts.

The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with are Business Analysis or work with Power BI.

Day 2 Course Outline

Module 1: Power BI Administration

Power BI Pro
Assign Power BI Pro licenses – Office 365 & Azure
Module 2: Power BI Premium

Power BI Premium – what is it?
Premium capacity memory use, optimization
Purchase & Manage Power BI Premium
Power BI Premium monitor capacity report
Support for large datasets & Incremental refresh
Multi-Geo support
Administration role in Office 365
Module 3: Power BI administration keys

Signing up for Power BI with a new Office 365 Trial
Where is my tenant located?
Find users that have signed in
Auditing Power BI
Track service health
Closing your Power BI account
Power BI free and Pro with ExpressRoute in your organization
Using Azure AD B2B
Row-level security with Power BI
Power BI archived workspace
Add Power BI to O365 partner
Configure mobile apps with Intune
Module 4: Advanced Starting Points

PowerShell, REST APIs, and .NET SDK
Power BI cmdlets for PowerShell
Power BI governance and deployment approaches
Power BI security
Power BI for Office 365 is transitioned to Power BI
Module 5: The Power BI API

Power BI Development
Module 6: Dashboards & Datasets

Create and add Dashboards
Get and Add Tiles
Creating, Updating and Deleting Datasets
Working with Data sources
Module 7: Embed Token

Generate tokens
Applying token to Dashboards and Datasets
Generate tokens for Reports and Tiles
Module 8: Gateways

Create and Delete Data sources
Get Gateways
Module 9: Groups

Create, Delete, and Get Groups
Add and Delete Group Users
Module 10: Imports

Create Temporary Upload Location
Get and Post Imports
Module 11: Push Datasets

Get Tables
Delete Rows
Update Tables
Module 12: Reports

Get, Clone, Delete Report
Rebind, Export Report
Update Content in Report
Module 13: Power BI PowerShell Administration

Introduction to PowerShell
The Shell and Graphics IDE
Command Lets and Scripts
Power Shell Scripts for Power BI
MB-200T02 Dynamics: Power platform automation,
Note: This Course is in Development and the Outline will be Revised

Course Description

About this course

Students are required to attend the PowerApp or Microsoft Flow class before attending this class! You must know PowerApps and Flow before automating the Flow processes

This One-day instructor-led course provides students who work with Microsoft or Dynamics software the ability to automate business processes and workflows. With Microsoft Common Data Service, Power BI, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.

The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Microsoft or Dynamics Software. These individuals and companies can benefit from automation business processes and workflows.

Course Outline

Module 1: The Common Data Service

Working with and Setting up Data
Data Models
Common Data Service
Module 2: Linking Flow and PowerApps

Creating PowerApp
Building the PowerApp
Linking your PowerApp to Common Data Service
Module 3: Common Data Service and PowerApps Integration

Editing the underlying Common Data Service data through your PowerApp
Example: PowerApp triggering a set of Flows for mission critical enterprise tasks
Module 4: Modular Flow Development

Creating the Flows
Testing the Flows separately in small iterative units
Module 5: Quick Repeated Flow Unit Testing of Different Input Data

Testing without requiring all the Flows at once
Testing without requiring the real trigger
Module 6: Linking the Flows together

Chaining them together with linking actions
Testing all the Flows together when chained
Module 7: Linking PowerApps and Flow

Choosing the correct Flows
Choosing the correct triggers related to your PowerApp
Bringing them (PowerApps, Flow) both together
Module 8: Linking PowerApps, Flow, and Common Data Service

Creating a Unified, Fully Working Experience
Making sure all Components work correctly together
MB-200T03 Dynamics: Power platform integrations,
Note: This Course is in Development and the Outline will be Revised

Course Description

About this course

Students are required to attend the PowerApp or Microsoft Flow class before attending this class! You must know PowerApps and Flow before automating the Flow processes

This One-day instructor-led course provides students who work with Microsoft or Dynamics software the ability to automate business processes and workflows. With Microsoft Common Data Service, Power BI, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.

The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Microsoft or Dynamics Software. These individuals and companies can benefit from automation business processes and workflows.

Course Outline

Module 1: The Common Data Service

Working with and Setting up Data
Data Models
Common Data Service
Module 2: Linking Flow and PowerApps

Creating PowerApp
Building the PowerApp
Linking your PowerApp to Common Data Service
Module 3: Common Data Service and PowerApps Integration

Editing the underlying Common Data Service data through your PowerApp
Example: PowerApp triggering a set of Flows for mission critical enterprise tasks
Module 4: Modular Flow Development

Creating the Flows
Testing the Flows separately in small iterative units
Module 5: Quick Repeated Flow Unit Testing of Different Input Data

Testing without requiring all the Flows at once
Testing without requiring the real trigger
Module 6: Linking the Flows together

Chaining them together with linking actions
Testing all the Flows together when chained
Module 7: Linking PowerApps and Flow

Choosing the correct Flows
Choosing the correct triggers related to your PowerApp
Bringing them (PowerApps, Flow) both together
Module 8: Linking PowerApps, Flow, and Common Data Service

Creating a Unified, Fully Working Experience
Making sure all Components work correctly together
MB-200T04 Dynamics: Power platform test and deploy
Note: This Course is in Development and the Outline will be Revised

Course Description

Monday – 97022 Power BI – Dashboard in a Day
Dashboard in a Day In this accelerated class you will leverage Power BI Desktop and then the Power BI Service to get deep insights into your data to drive intelligent business decisions that move your enterprise forward.

Tuesday – 97021 Power BI – Administration and Development
The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with are Business Analysis or work with Power BI.

Wednesday – 97030 PowerApps App-in-a-day
The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Dynamics, Excel, SharePoint or SQL Server. These individuals work with data and can benefit from creating custom mobile app for specific task.

Thursday – 97040 Improve your Business process automation Flow
The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Microsoft or Dynamics Software. These individuals and companies can benefit from automation business processes and workflows using Microsoft Flow.

Friday – 97050 Automating with Power Apps, Flow, and Common Data Service
The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Microsoft or Dynamics Software. These individuals and companies can benefit from automation business processes and workflows.

Course Outline

Monday – 97022 Power BI – Dashboard in a Day

After completing this course, students will be able to harness the skills taught in the course to analyze data and create Power BI Tiles and Dashboards.

Module 1: Loading the Data
Module 2: Preparing the Data
Module 3: Modeling the Data
Module 4: Exploring the Data
Module 5: Visualizing the Data
Module 6: Publishing the Report
Module 7: Building the Dashboard
Module 8: Sharing the Dashboard
Tuesday – 97021 Power BI – Administration and Development

After completing this course, students will be able to: work with Power BI to Administer, Extend, Link to Database and Run PowerShell Scripts.

Module 1: Power BI Premium
Module 2: Power BI Premium
Module 3: Power BI administration keys
Module 4: Advanced Starting Points
Module 5: The Power BI API
Module 6: Dashboards & Datasets
Module 7: Embed Token
Module 8: Gateways
Module 9: Groups
Module 10: Imports
Module 11: Push Datasets
Module 12: Reports
Module 13: Power BI PowerShell Administration
Wednesday – 97030 PowerApps App-in-a-day

After completing this course, students will be able to create PowerApps, including the “look and feel” of custom Apps.

Module 1: Creating Two PowerApps
Module 2: Adding Functionality
Module 3: Working with Forms
Module 4: PowerApps Administration
Module 5: Administer environments
Module 6: Manage subscriptions and accounts
Thursday – 97040 Improve your Business process automation Flow

After completing this course, students will be able to work with Microsoft or Dynamics software the ability to automate workflows. Microsoft Flow can connect individual applications; SharePoint, Exchange, Dynamics or other systems.

Module 1: Introduction to Workflow and Automation
Module 2: Action
Module 3: Switch
Module 4: Condition
Module 5: Do Until
Module 6: Timeouts
Module 7: Error Handling
Module 8: Developing and Chaining Multiple Flows
Module 9: Import and Export Flows
Friday – 97050 Automating with Power Apps, Flow, and Common Data Service

After completing this course, students will be able to work with Microsoft or Dynamics software, with the ability to automate business processes and workflows; work with Microsoft Common Data Service, Power BI, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.

Module 1: The Common Data Service
Module 2: Linking Flow and PowerApps
Module 3: Common Data Service and PowerApps Integration
Module 4: Modular Flow Development
Module 5: Quick Repeated Flow Unit Testing of Different Input Data
Module 6: Linking the Flows together
Module 7: Linking PowerApps and Flow
Module 8: Linking PowerApps, Flow, and Common Data Service

MB-200: Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Core MB-200T01 MB-200T02 MB-200T03 MB-200T04

This course DE 20000 helps prepare you for MB-200 and consists of the following.

MB-200T01 Dynamics: Power platform fundamentals

MB-200T02 Dynamics: Power platform automation

MB-200T03 Dynamics: Power platform integrations

MB-200T04 Dynamics: Power platform test and deploy

Note: This Course is in Development and the Outline will be Revised

MB-200T01 Dynamics: Power platform fundamentals: Hands-on session
Note: This Course is in Development and the Outline will be Revised

About this course

This two day instructor-led course provides students who work with PowerApps the skills to create PowerApps. This include the “look and feel” of custom Apps.

The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Dynamics, Excel, SharePoint or SQL Server. These individuals work with data and can benefit from creating custom mobile apps for specific tasks.

Day 1 Course Outline

Module 1: Creating Two PowerApps

PowerApp using Data from Excel as Template
PowerApp linked to a SharePoint List
Module 2: Adding Functionality

Adding Drop Downs in PowerApps
Master Screen for Custom Themes
Making Customizations to Galleries
Module 3: Working with Forms

Designing and Customizing Forms in PowerApps
Adding Custom Buttons to PowerApps
Understanding Data Cards
Adding Detail Screens, Edit Screens, and New Screens
Associating Screens with each other
Required data and managing errors
Module 4: PowerApps Administration

Administering PowerApps
PowerApps in the Enterprise
Manage licenses in your org
View apps in your environments
Manage apps in your org
Move an app between tenants or environments
PowerShell support for PowerApps (preview)
Module 5: Administer environments

Environments overview
Regions overview
Create an environment
Create a database
Preview environments
Responding to DSR requests
System-generated logs
PowerApps customer data
CDS for Apps customer data
Module 6: Manage subscriptions and accounts

View active users in your tenant
Configure environment security
Introduction to data groups
Create a DLP policy
Manage DLP policies
Day 2 – Course Description About this course

This course instructor-led course provides students who work with Power BI the skills to Administer, Extend, Link to Databases and Run PowerShell Scripts.

The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with are Business Analysis or work with Power BI.

Day 2 Course Outline

Module 1: Power BI Administration

Power BI Pro
Assign Power BI Pro licenses – Office 365 & Azure
Module 2: Power BI Premium

Power BI Premium – what is it?
Premium capacity memory use, optimization
Purchase & Manage Power BI Premium
Power BI Premium monitor capacity report
Support for large datasets & Incremental refresh
Multi-Geo support
Administration role in Office 365
Module 3: Power BI administration keys

Signing up for Power BI with a new Office 365 Trial
Where is my tenant located?
Find users that have signed in
Auditing Power BI
Track service health
Closing your Power BI account
Power BI free and Pro with ExpressRoute in your organization
Using Azure AD B2B
Row-level security with Power BI
Power BI archived workspace
Add Power BI to O365 partner
Configure mobile apps with Intune
Module 4: Advanced Starting Points

PowerShell, REST APIs, and .NET SDK
Power BI cmdlets for PowerShell
Power BI governance and deployment approaches
Power BI security
Power BI for Office 365 is transitioned to Power BI
Module 5: The Power BI API

Power BI Development
Module 6: Dashboards & Datasets

Create and add Dashboards
Get and Add Tiles
Creating, Updating and Deleting Datasets
Working with Data sources
Module 7: Embed Token

Generate tokens
Applying token to Dashboards and Datasets
Generate tokens for Reports and Tiles
Module 8: Gateways

Create and Delete Data sources
Get Gateways
Module 9: Groups

Create, Delete, and Get Groups
Add and Delete Group Users
Module 10: Imports

Create Temporary Upload Location
Get and Post Imports
Module 11: Push Datasets

Get Tables
Delete Rows
Update Tables
Module 12: Reports

Get, Clone, Delete Report
Rebind, Export Report
Update Content in Report
Module 13: Power BI PowerShell Administration

Introduction to PowerShell
The Shell and Graphics IDE
Command Lets and Scripts
Power Shell Scripts for Power BI
MB-200T02 Dynamics: Power platform automation,
Note: This Course is in Development and the Outline will be Revised

Course Description

About this course

Students are required to attend the PowerApp or Microsoft Flow class before attending this class! You must know PowerApps and Flow before automating the Flow processes

This One-day instructor-led course provides students who work with Microsoft or Dynamics software the ability to automate business processes and workflows. With Microsoft Common Data Service, Power BI, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.

The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Microsoft or Dynamics Software. These individuals and companies can benefit from automation business processes and workflows.

Course Outline

Module 1: The Common Data Service

Working with and Setting up Data
Data Models
Common Data Service
Module 2: Linking Flow and PowerApps

Creating PowerApp
Building the PowerApp
Linking your PowerApp to Common Data Service
Module 3: Common Data Service and PowerApps Integration

Editing the underlying Common Data Service data through your PowerApp
Example: PowerApp triggering a set of Flows for mission critical enterprise tasks
Module 4: Modular Flow Development

Creating the Flows
Testing the Flows separately in small iterative units
Module 5: Quick Repeated Flow Unit Testing of Different Input Data

Testing without requiring all the Flows at once
Testing without requiring the real trigger
Module 6: Linking the Flows together

Chaining them together with linking actions
Testing all the Flows together when chained
Module 7: Linking PowerApps and Flow

Choosing the correct Flows
Choosing the correct triggers related to your PowerApp
Bringing them (PowerApps, Flow) both together
Module 8: Linking PowerApps, Flow, and Common Data Service

Creating a Unified, Fully Working Experience
Making sure all Components work correctly together
MB-200T03 Dynamics: Power platform integrations,
Note: This Course is in Development and the Outline will be Revised

Course Description

About this course

Students are required to attend the PowerApp or Microsoft Flow class before attending this class! You must know PowerApps and Flow before automating the Flow processes

This One-day instructor-led course provides students who work with Microsoft or Dynamics software the ability to automate business processes and workflows. With Microsoft Common Data Service, Power BI, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.

The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Microsoft or Dynamics Software. These individuals and companies can benefit from automation business processes and workflows.

Course Outline

Module 1: The Common Data Service

Working with and Setting up Data
Data Models
Common Data Service
Module 2: Linking Flow and PowerApps

Creating PowerApp
Building the PowerApp
Linking your PowerApp to Common Data Service
Module 3: Common Data Service and PowerApps Integration

Editing the underlying Common Data Service data through your PowerApp
Example: PowerApp triggering a set of Flows for mission critical enterprise tasks
Module 4: Modular Flow Development

Creating the Flows
Testing the Flows separately in small iterative units
Module 5: Quick Repeated Flow Unit Testing of Different Input Data

Testing without requiring all the Flows at once
Testing without requiring the real trigger
Module 6: Linking the Flows together

Chaining them together with linking actions
Testing all the Flows together when chained
Module 7: Linking PowerApps and Flow

Choosing the correct Flows
Choosing the correct triggers related to your PowerApp
Bringing them (PowerApps, Flow) both together
Module 8: Linking PowerApps, Flow, and Common Data Service

Creating a Unified, Fully Working Experience
Making sure all Components work correctly together
MB-200T04 Dynamics: Power platform test and deploy
Note: This Course is in Development and the Outline will be Revised

Course Description

Monday – 97022 Power BI – Dashboard in a Day
Dashboard in a Day In this accelerated class you will leverage Power BI Desktop and then the Power BI Service to get deep insights into your data to drive intelligent business decisions that move your enterprise forward.

Tuesday – 97021 Power BI – Administration and Development
The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with are Business Analysis or work with Power BI.

Wednesday – 97030 PowerApps App-in-a-day
The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Dynamics, Excel, SharePoint or SQL Server. These individuals work with data and can benefit from creating custom mobile app for specific task.

Thursday – 97040 Improve your Business process automation Flow
The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Microsoft or Dynamics Software. These individuals and companies can benefit from automation business processes and workflows using Microsoft Flow.

Friday – 97050 Automating with Power Apps, Flow, and Common Data Service
The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Microsoft or Dynamics Software. These individuals and companies can benefit from automation business processes and workflows.

Course Outline

Monday – 97022 Power BI – Dashboard in a Day

After completing this course, students will be able to harness the skills taught in the course to analyze data and create Power BI Tiles and Dashboards.

Module 1: Loading the Data
Module 2: Preparing the Data
Module 3: Modeling the Data
Module 4: Exploring the Data
Module 5: Visualizing the Data
Module 6: Publishing the Report
Module 7: Building the Dashboard
Module 8: Sharing the Dashboard
Tuesday – 97021 Power BI – Administration and Development

After completing this course, students will be able to: work with Power BI to Administer, Extend, Link to Database and Run PowerShell Scripts.

Module 1: Power BI Premium
Module 2: Power BI Premium
Module 3: Power BI administration keys
Module 4: Advanced Starting Points
Module 5: The Power BI API
Module 6: Dashboards & Datasets
Module 7: Embed Token
Module 8: Gateways
Module 9: Groups
Module 10: Imports
Module 11: Push Datasets
Module 12: Reports
Module 13: Power BI PowerShell Administration
Wednesday – 97030 PowerApps App-in-a-day

After completing this course, students will be able to create PowerApps, including the “look and feel” of custom Apps.

Module 1: Creating Two PowerApps
Module 2: Adding Functionality
Module 3: Working with Forms
Module 4: PowerApps Administration
Module 5: Administer environments
Module 6: Manage subscriptions and accounts
Thursday – 97040 Improve your Business process automation Flow

After completing this course, students will be able to work with Microsoft or Dynamics software the ability to automate workflows. Microsoft Flow can connect individual applications; SharePoint, Exchange, Dynamics or other systems.

Module 1: Introduction to Workflow and Automation
Module 2: Action
Module 3: Switch
Module 4: Condition
Module 5: Do Until
Module 6: Timeouts
Module 7: Error Handling
Module 8: Developing and Chaining Multiple Flows
Module 9: Import and Export Flows
Friday – 97050 Automating with Power Apps, Flow, and Common Data Service

After completing this course, students will be able to work with Microsoft or Dynamics software, with the ability to automate business processes and workflows; work with Microsoft Common Data Service, Power BI, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.

Module 1: The Common Data Service
Module 2: Linking Flow and PowerApps
Module 3: Common Data Service and PowerApps Integration
Module 4: Modular Flow Development
Module 5: Quick Repeated Flow Unit Testing of Different Input Data
Module 6: Linking the Flows together
Module 7: Linking PowerApps and Flow
Module 8: Linking PowerApps, Flow, and Common Data Service

MB-200T04 Dynamics: Power platform test and deploy

MB-200T04 Dynamics: Power platform test and deploy
Note: This Course is in Development and the Outline will be Revised

Course Description

Monday – 97022 Power BI – Dashboard in a Day
Dashboard in a Day In this accelerated class you will leverage Power BI Desktop and then the Power BI Service to get deep insights into your data to drive intelligent business decisions that move your enterprise forward.

Tuesday – 97021 Power BI – Administration and Development
The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with are Business Analysis or work with Power BI.

Wednesday – 97030 PowerApps App-in-a-day
The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Dynamics, Excel, SharePoint or SQL Server. These individuals work with data and can benefit from creating custom mobile app for specific task.

Thursday – 97040 Improve your Business process automation Flow
The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Microsoft or Dynamics Software. These individuals and companies can benefit from automation business processes and workflows using Microsoft Flow.

Friday – 97050 Automating with Power Apps, Flow, and Common Data Service
The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Microsoft or Dynamics Software. These individuals and companies can benefit from automation business processes and workflows.

Course Outline

Monday – 97022 Power BI – Dashboard in a Day

After completing this course, students will be able to harness the skills taught in the course to analyze data and create Power BI Tiles and Dashboards.

Module 1: Loading the Data
Module 2: Preparing the Data
Module 3: Modeling the Data
Module 4: Exploring the Data
Module 5: Visualizing the Data
Module 6: Publishing the Report
Module 7: Building the Dashboard
Module 8: Sharing the Dashboard
Tuesday – 97021 Power BI – Administration and Development

After completing this course, students will be able to: work with Power BI to Administer, Extend, Link to Database and Run PowerShell Scripts.

Module 1: Power BI Premium
Module 2: Power BI Premium
Module 3: Power BI administration keys
Module 4: Advanced Starting Points
Module 5: The Power BI API
Module 6: Dashboards & Datasets
Module 7: Embed Token
Module 8: Gateways
Module 9: Groups
Module 10: Imports
Module 11: Push Datasets
Module 12: Reports
Module 13: Power BI PowerShell Administration
Wednesday – 97030 PowerApps App-in-a-day

After completing this course, students will be able to create PowerApps, including the “look and feel” of custom Apps.

Module 1: Creating Two PowerApps
Module 2: Adding Functionality
Module 3: Working with Forms
Module 4: PowerApps Administration
Module 5: Administer environments
Module 6: Manage subscriptions and accounts
Thursday – 97040 Improve your Business process automation Flow

After completing this course, students will be able to work with Microsoft or Dynamics software the ability to automate workflows. Microsoft Flow can connect individual applications; SharePoint, Exchange, Dynamics or other systems.

Module 1: Introduction to Workflow and Automation
Module 2: Action
Module 3: Switch
Module 4: Condition
Module 5: Do Until
Module 6: Timeouts
Module 7: Error Handling
Module 8: Developing and Chaining Multiple Flows
Module 9: Import and Export Flows
Friday – 97050 Automating with Power Apps, Flow, and Common Data Service

After completing this course, students will be able to work with Microsoft or Dynamics software, with the ability to automate business processes and workflows; work with Microsoft Common Data Service, Power BI, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.

Module 1: The Common Data Service
Module 2: Linking Flow and PowerApps
Module 3: Common Data Service and PowerApps Integration
Module 4: Modular Flow Development
Module 5: Quick Repeated Flow Unit Testing of Different Input Data
Module 6: Linking the Flows together
Module 7: Linking PowerApps and Flow
Module 8: Linking PowerApps, Flow, and Common Data Service

MB-200T03 Dynamics: Power platform integrations

MB-200T03 Dynamics: Power platform integrations,
Note: This Course is in Development and the Outline will be Revised

Course Description

About this course

Students are required to attend the PowerApp or Microsoft Flow class before attending this class! You must know PowerApps and Flow before automating the Flow processes

This One-day instructor-led course provides students who work with Microsoft or Dynamics software the ability to automate business processes and workflows. With Microsoft Common Data Service, Power BI, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.

The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Microsoft or Dynamics Software. These individuals and companies can benefit from automation business processes and workflows. Those looking for Power BI Training 2019 may also benefit from this class.

Course Outline

Module 1: The Common Data Service

Working with and Setting up Data
Data Models
Common Data Service
Module 2: Linking Flow and PowerApps

Creating PowerApp
Building the PowerApp
Linking your PowerApp to Common Data Service
Module 3: Common Data Service and PowerApps Integration

Editing the underlying Common Data Service data through your PowerApp
Example: PowerApp triggering a set of Flows for mission critical enterprise tasks
Module 4: Modular Flow Development

Creating the Flows
Testing the Flows separately in small iterative units
Module 5: Quick Repeated Flow Unit Testing of Different Input Data

Testing without requiring all the Flows at once
Testing without requiring the real trigger
Module 6: Linking the Flows together

Chaining them together with linking actions
Testing all the Flows together when chained
Module 7: Linking PowerApps and Flow

Choosing the correct Flows
Choosing the correct triggers related to your PowerApp
Bringing them (PowerApps, Flow) both together
Module 8: Linking PowerApps, Flow, and Common Data Service

Creating a Unified, Fully Working Experience
Making sure all Components work correctly together

MB-200T02 Dynamics: Power platform automation DE Course 200002

MB-200T02 Dynamics: Power platform automation
MB-200T02 Dynamics: Power platform automation,
Note: This Course is in Development and the Outline will be Revised

Course Description

About this course

Students are required to attend the PowerApp or Microsoft Flow class before attending this class! You must know PowerApps and Flow before automating the Flow processes

This One-day instructor-led course provides students who work with Microsoft or Dynamics software the ability to automate business processes and workflows. With Microsoft Common Data Service, Power BI, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.

The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Microsoft or Dynamics Software. These individuals and companies can benefit from automation business processes and workflows.

Course Outline

Module 1: The Common Data Service

Working with and Setting up Data
Data Models
Common Data Service
Module 2: Linking Flow and PowerApps

Creating PowerApp
Building the PowerApp
Linking your PowerApp to Common Data Service
Module 3: Common Data Service and PowerApps Integration

Editing the underlying Common Data Service data through your PowerApp
Example: PowerApp triggering a set of Flows for mission critical enterprise tasks
Module 4: Modular Flow Development

Creating the Flows
Testing the Flows separately in small iterative units
Module 5: Quick Repeated Flow Unit Testing of Different Input Data

Testing without requiring all the Flows at once
Testing without requiring the real trigger
Module 6: Linking the Flows together

Chaining them together with linking actions
Testing all the Flows together when chained
Module 7: Linking PowerApps and Flow

Choosing the correct Flows
Choosing the correct triggers related to your PowerApp
Bringing them (PowerApps, Flow) both together
Module 8: Linking PowerApps, Flow, and Common Data Service

Creating a Unified, Fully Working Experience
Making sure all Components work correctly together

MB-200T01 Dynamics: Power platform fundamentals

Course 200001

MB-200T01 Dynamics: Power platform fundamentals
MB-200T01 Dynamics: Power platform fundamentals: Hands-on session
Note: This Course is in Development and the Outline will be Revised

About this course

This two day instructor-led course provides students who work with PowerApps the skills to create PowerApps. This include the “look and feel” of custom Apps.

The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with Dynamics, Excel, SharePoint or SQL Server. These individuals work with data and can benefit from creating custom mobile apps for specific tasks.

Day 1 Course Outline

Module 1: Creating Two PowerApps

PowerApp using Data from Excel as Template
PowerApp linked to a SharePoint List
Module 2: Adding Functionality

Adding Drop Downs in PowerApps
Master Screen for Custom Themes
Making Customizations to Galleries
Module 3: Working with Forms

Designing and Customizing Forms in PowerApps
Adding Custom Buttons to PowerApps
Understanding Data Cards
Adding Detail Screens, Edit Screens, and New Screens
Associating Screens with each other
Required data and managing errors
Module 4: PowerApps Administration

Administering PowerApps
PowerApps in the Enterprise
Manage licenses in your org
View apps in your environments
Manage apps in your org
Move an app between tenants or environments
PowerShell support for PowerApps (preview)
Module 5: Administer environments

Environments overview
Regions overview
Create an environment
Create a database
Preview environments
Responding to DSR requests
System-generated logs
PowerApps customer data
CDS for Apps customer data
Module 6: Manage subscriptions and accounts

View active users in your tenant
Configure environment security
Introduction to data groups
Create a DLP policy
Manage DLP policies
Day 2 – Course Description About this course

This course instructor-led course provides students who work with Power BI the skills to Administer, Extend, Link to Databases and Run PowerShell Scripts.

The primary audience for this course is individuals who work with are Business Analysis or work with Power BI.

Day 2 Course Outline

Module 1: Power BI Administration

Power BI Pro
Assign Power BI Pro licenses – Office 365 & Azure
Module 2: Power BI Premium

Power BI Premium – what is it?
Premium capacity memory use, optimization
Purchase & Manage Power BI Premium
Power BI Premium monitor capacity report
Support for large datasets & Incremental refresh
Multi-Geo support
Administration role in Office 365
Module 3: Power BI administration keys

Signing up for Power BI with a new Office 365 Trial
Where is my tenant located?
Find users that have signed in
Auditing Power BI
Track service health
Closing your Power BI account
Power BI free and Pro with ExpressRoute in your organization
Using Azure AD B2B
Row-level security with Power BI
Power BI archived workspace
Add Power BI to O365 partner
Configure mobile apps with Intune
Module 4: Advanced Starting Points

PowerShell, REST APIs, and .NET SDK
Power BI cmdlets for PowerShell
Power BI governance and deployment approaches
Power BI security
Power BI for Office 365 is transitioned to Power BI
Module 5: The Power BI API

Power BI Development
Module 6: Dashboards & Datasets

Create and add Dashboards
Get and Add Tiles
Creating, Updating and Deleting Datasets
Working with Data sources
Module 7: Embed Token

Generate tokens
Applying token to Dashboards and Datasets
Generate tokens for Reports and Tiles
Module 8: Gateways

Create and Delete Data sources
Get Gateways
Module 9: Groups

Create, Delete, and Get Groups
Add and Delete Group Users
Module 10: Imports

Create Temporary Upload Location
Get and Post Imports
Module 11: Push Datasets

Get Tables
Delete Rows
Update Tables
Module 12: Reports

Get, Clone, Delete Report
Rebind, Export Report
Update Content in Report
Module 13: Power BI PowerShell Administration

Introduction to PowerShell
The Shell and Graphics IDE
Command Lets and Scripts
Power Shell Scripts for Power BI

PowerApps App in a Day Consulting and Training

Microsoft PowerApps Data Integration Consulting integrates Dynamics 365 CRM (customer engagement) AX (Finance and Operations) NAV (Business Central) and more, in order to present a unified interface to your end users and customers.Microsoft PowerApps Flow Data Culture, Integration and Migration Consulting that Dynamics Edge offers is specifically designed with your fast-paced and modern enterprise in mind, and takes into account many key factors that are key for app development, strategy, culture, and implementation success. Our PowerApps App in a Day App Modernization Consulting and PowerApps training sessions, our one-day Bootcamps and more will be delivered by experienced PowerApps Training Instructors and Expert Consultants and provides the key to your success. Build a PowerApps Canvas App for a typical business scenario. Dynamics Edge’s PowerApps App in a Day 1-Day workshop is designed for Information Technology Specialists and Business Intelligence Analysts. Whether you need to create Business Centered Apps using Azure Functions in tandem with MS PowerApps or constructing other custom business apps Dynamics Edge can help you. Dynamics Edge offers PowerApps Application Development + implementation consulting services as well as more custom workshops and consulting sessions for your PowerApps business needs. Taking into account the high-demand excitement from Microsoft PowerApps trade shows and road shows, Dynamics Edge offers PowerApps App in a Day Consulting, also known as PowerApps AIAD consulting as well as Microsoft Flow Developer and Development consulting, custom PowerApps training events and much more to our customers all over the world Live Virtually or in person at one of our training or consulting centers. This awesome and productivity-enhanced PowerApps AIAD Consulting arrangement is designed to help you understand how building your next business apps by utilizing Microsoft PowerApps as well as Microsoft Flow in conjunction can help you accelerate your data integration and cross-platform presentation at a higher level. Microsoft PowerApps Data Integration Consulting services include custom PowerApps training workshops and consulting sessions like Microsoft Flow Consulting + App-in-a-Day: PowerApps 1-Day Workshop.